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We are ready and organized, whatever the grand jury decision, says youth activist Ashley Yates.
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Darren Wilson has all but disappeared from public. CNN's Brian Todd tells us more about the man who shot Michael Brown.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced he is stepping down after nearly two years on the job. Barara Starr reports.
Beyonce puts it all on Spotify & VEVO, Sting rushes to save his Broadway show, and Katy Perry preps for Super Bowl duty!
CNN political commentators Van Jones and Marc Lamont Hill on "The Lead."
Newt Gingrich tells Wolf Blitzer he believes the CIA "co-opted" a recent Congressional report on the Benghazi attacks.
CNN's special investigation, 'Deadly High: How Synthetic Drugs are Killing Kids,' airs Tuesday, December 2, at 9 p.m. ET.
Are millennials really lazy? Hear what Mike Rowe has to say. "Somebody's Gotta Do It", Wed at 9pm EST on CNN.
Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper."
Kevin Hogan, Vice President for Symantec Security Response, discusses the latest cybersecurity threat: Regin.
Hotelied CEO Zeev Sharon explains his company's program to reward customers based on how many followers they have on social media.
Una nueva formación de izquierda que está cambiando la política en España
CNN's Hala Gorani speaks to Kofi Annan about whether or not he is optimistic a nuclear deal can be done with Iran.
Former anti-corruption adviser Alexandra Wrage talks to Christiane Amanpour about the corruption scandal involving FIFA
CNN's Jason Carroll reports that Ferguson is on edge awaiting the release of the Michael Brown grand jury decision.
Ghoncheh Ghavami, who was detained after trying to watch a volleyball game in Iran, is free on bail, her family says.
Tory Russell, co-founder of Hands Up United, tells CNN's Don Lemon that police in Ferguson need to remain calm.
Two British veterans have joined Kurdish forces in the fight against ISIS. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.
CNN's Reza Sayah asks a cross section of Iranians in Tehran about their opinions on the ongoing nuclear talks.
CNN's Sunny Hostin reports that the Brown family found out about the timing of the grand jury decision through the media.
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