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In a statement, "Seventh Heaven" actor Stephen Collins admitted to molesting three girls and apologized for his actions.
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Thor Halvorssen of The Human Rights Foundation talks about the plan to drop "The Interview" DVDs over North Korea.
The acclaimed new CNN Film about the life of film critic Roger Ebert. Life Itself. Sunday January 4 at 9P/ET.
Boko Haram insurgents kidnapped at least 185 women and children, and killed 32 people in a raid in Nigeria, local officials say.
A North Korean defector and former military computer worker says the country's regime is running a cyber terror network.
The London International Horse Show is underway in Olympia. CNN's Diana Magnay reports.
After a 14-year tenure as governor, the longest in Texas history, Rick Perry talks Jeb Bush and 2016.
Mr. Kent keeps kids safe every day, so when his wife's medical bills piled up, some dads got together to help him out.
A Massachusetts Santa learned sign language so he could speak to a deaf child. WCVB reports.
A 15-foot python was found outside a restaurant in Florida.
President Obama announced change that include easing travel, trade and economic restrictions on the island nation.
Conviction of a 14-year-old executed in South Carolina is overturned 70 years later. CNN's David Mattingly reports.
Actor Jason Schwartzman from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" gets starstruck by some of the famous actors he works with on film.
An 11-year-old girl died from an allergic reaction on a family trip to Hawaii. CNN affiliate KTXL reports.
Customers are lining up to buy shirts at one Indiana business that say 'breathe easy don't break the law." WNDU reports.
The man offering free around-the-world airfare to a woman with the same name as his ex-girlfriend has found Ms. Right.
Politicians from both sides of the political spectrum have long disagreed on how the U.S. should engage with Cuba.
CNN's Nic Robertson goes inside the Peshawar, Pakistan school that Taliban militants attacked.
The Syndey siege has sparked a debate in Australia over the country's tough gun laws. CNN's Andrew Stevens reports.
CNN's Paula Newton explores how the country is making its mark on the global sporting stage.
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