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John Berman brings an update on a family that survived the Boston Marathon bombings one year ago.
Security issues are not stopping American retirees from moving to Mexico. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Some 36,000 runners will take to a familiar course one year after terror tore apart the Boston Marathon.
During a visit to a zoo, young Prince George came met a bilby that shares his name. CNN's Max Foster reports.
Divers in Jindo, South Korea, are now trying to reach the cafeteria of the sunken ferry. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
CNN's Nic Robertson talks with the wife of a missing Flight 370 crew member about her emotional wait for news.
The largest collection of John Lennon's whimsical sketches and manuscripts are up for auction. CNN's Nick Glass reports.
A car crashed through the wall of a Fort Myers, Florida, church during Easter Service, injuring 21. WINK reports.
Pro-Russian officials say six people were killed in a shootout at a Russian controlled checkpoint. Phil Black reports
CNN's Michael Holmes reports that despite discouraging results so far, authorities vow to keep searching for Flight 370.
Officials say an operation targeting al Qaeda is under way in Abyan and Shabwa, Yemen. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
Parents were in anguish identifying the bodies of children who died in the ferry accident. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports on how Ukrainians are hoping for a deescalation in the tension with Russia for Easter.
Bob and Janis Powell faced off with an aggressive moose while on a snowmobile ride. CNN affiliate WMUR has the story.
A second suspected drone strike within two days targets al Qaeda fighters killing "at least a dozen," an official said.
A Texas lake's low water levels led to the discovery of the skeletal remains of a woman missing for decades.
Christians around the world celebrate Easter, archivists preserve part of Boston's history, and a college student makes every penny count toward tuition.
CNN's Fredericka Whitfield talks to Mr. Las Vegas himself, Wayne Newton, about life in Sin City.
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