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CNN colleagues Ana Navarro and Michael Smerconish debate the ramifications of the United States restoring relations with Cuba
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CNN's Chris Cuomo reports from Miami's 'Little Havana'neighborhood as resident react to the release of Alan Gross
Former CBS news anchor, Dan Rather, talks to Don Lemon about the impact of Sony hack attack and the U.S.-Cuba relations.
Legal analysts Alan Dershowitz and Jeffrey Toobin respond to movie theaters and SONY pulling the film "The Interview"
Juan Carlos López y Patrick Oppmann opinan sobre el inicio de una nueva relación entre EE.UU y Cuba
'7th Heaven' star Stephen Collins admits to People magazine he had inappropriate sexual conduct with three female minors.
Residents of a small town bared it all for a calendar to support a local resident who is battling cancer.
CNN's Erin Burnett looks into whether the agreement that freed American Alan Gross is a good or bad deal.
Anderson speaks with Father Thomas Reese about Pope Francis' behind the scenes role facilitating the Cuba deal.
Fmr Pres. Jimmy Carter says if he had more time in the White House he would have restored diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Anderson Cooper looks back at the often messy history that led up to America's diplomatic thaw with Cuba.
Anderson Cooper takes a look at two little boys who were very determined to talk to Santa Claus and a scary snow monster.
An aid contractor imprisoned by the Cuban government since 2009 reunited with his wife and was flown back to the U.S.
CNN's Pamela Brown joins "The Lead" to discuss the latest in the extraordinary fallout of the Sony hacking.
Journalist Kurt Loder discusses theaters pulling "The Interview" one week before its release due to hacker threats.
Rep. Ed Royce tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that Sony canceling the release of "The Interview" emboldens other hackers.
Nathaniel Kibby is facing hundreds of charges in connection with the disappearance of a New Hampshire teenager.
Alina Machado reports residents are outraged by President Obama's decision to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Sources tell Evan Perez that U.S. investigators have determined North Korea was in fact behind the Sony hacking.
Experts join "The Lead" to discuss industry reaction and the continuing fallout to Sony's cyberattack.
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