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Ed Husain, a former jihadist, talks to CNN's Jim Sciutto about how he became radicalized.
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In the delicate business of hostage negotiation, the focus is on the lives, not money. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports.
Hurricane Marie sends huge waves to the U.S. West Coast, an award is planned for a soldier's Civil War actions, and a 15-year-old serves up tennis history.
CNN's Jim Sciutto takes a look at new ISIS video that shows a deadly battle take place.
What exactly did Texas Gov. Rick Perry do wrong, if anything, to get indicted? CNN's Drew Griffin investigates.
Officials say a crew member from the TV show "Cops" was accidentally shot and killed during the taping of an episode.
A 54-year-old Indian woman survived a leopard attack after battling the wild animal for 30 minutes. Sumnima Udas reports.
Meet the new "Bachelor," Mary Lambert's "Heart On My Sleeve," and Olga Kurylenko goes from one Bond to another!
A police officer in Atlanta shot a man that was wielding a knife at a local park.
The latest Hurricane off the west coast produced some serious waves, much to the delight of area surfers.
How do online video sites decide if they should block violent videos like James Foley's beheading? Samuel Burke reports.
Why isn't there an official database on police killings? Reno News and Review editor Brian Burghart on CNN.
Protestors in Salt Lake City say police are withholding evidence from the public in the shooting death of Dillon Taylor.
Only way to save American hostages of terrorists is to pay big ransoms, says Reuters reporter and kidnapping survivor.
Journalist Tom Peter discusses his experience being kidnapped briefly in Syria in 2012.
The young homeless man who accompanied Miley Cyrus to the 2014 MTV VMAs has a warrant out for his arrest in Oregon.
The Daily Beast Foreign Editor Christopher Daily says jihadist only want to project themselves on a world stage for fame.
Dana Bash speaks about Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's support of how the Obama administration is handling ISIS.
Hurricane Marie is driving some of the tallest breakers in years to crest at LA-area beaches. CNN'sAkiko Fujita reports.
U.S. officials and experts say ISIS uses increasingly impressive tactics and "uncanny" discipline. Brian Todd reports.
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