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Reporters from Foreign Policy magazine have gained access to what they call the ISIS "laptop of doom."
RUSI Director Michael Clarke talks to CNN's Hala Gorani about possible airstrikes in Syria and Iraq.
Militants detain 43 U.N. peacekeepers near the Golan Heights. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
Former Navy SEAL Kristin Beck is on a new kind of mission: to raise awareness for the transgender community. See 9/4, 9p
The "Downton Abbey" bottle blooper, Idris Elba competes with Taraji P. Henson, and Bryan Cranston on his Emmy kiss!
CNN's Isha Sesay asks Emory University's Dr. Jay Varkey questions from CNN viewers about the Ebola virus.
British Home Secretary says there's no intel of an imminent attack, but an attack is still likely. Karl Penhaul reports.
Google says it is testing a drone-delivery program called 'Project Wing,' pitting the company up against Amazon.
Italian newspaper Il Tempo reports that Pope Francis is a target ISIS has "in the crosshairs." CNN's John Allen reports.
CNN's Will Ripley is given a rare look inside North Korea and tours Kim Jong Un's pet project, a waterpark.
Tony Stewart announces he will return to racing for the first time since he hit and killed Kevin Ward during a race.
Officials in Louisiana found evidence of a deadly brain-eating amoeba in a town's water supply. WWL reports.
Jim Acosta asks Josh Earnest if President Obama regrets saying there is currently no plan for dealing with ISIS in Syria.
Could an American - a Texan, no less - soon claim the title of World's Best Gelato? Karin Caifa explains.
CNN's Barbara Starr grills Pentagon spokesman John Kirby with questions about U.S. strategy to deal with ISIS.
CNN's Holly Firfer reports on animal dialysis and how it helps very sick pets get better.
Patty and Jerry Wetterling recall the night their 11-year-old son Jacob was abducted in 1989.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest comments on the British government's decision to raise its terror threat level.
Carol Costello speaks with former hostage of Iranian government Sarah Shourd.
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