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CNN's Andrew Stevens is live in the early morning hours following developments of the peaceful protests in Hong Kong.
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Brian Todd reports on accusations that the Secret Service bungled the response to a shooting at the White House in 2011.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) says whistleblowers alerted him to the news that the White House fence jumper made it inside.
Rene Marsh talks to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta about the investigation into how one man crippled a Chicago airport.
Police claim a "forensic link" to a 2009 death shortly after arresting Jesse Matthew's in Hannah Graham's disappearance.
A jihadist recruit who returned to Belgium is expected to be a key witness at the trial, CNN's Atika Shubert reports.
Thousands of protesters demanding democracy pack the streets in Hong Kong. CNN's Andrew Stevens and Jim Sciutto report.
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Jay Carney and Bill Kristol discuss the politics of ISIS and Obama's handling of the threat.
Jesse Matthew -- suspect in disappearance of Hannah Graham --arrest yields break in case of woman's death in 2009.
Asia Society's Jamie Metzl discusses short-term and long-term implications of Hong Kong protests
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout looks at the history behind Beijing & Hong Kong's political system in the wake of recent protests.
Jim Acosta on the fallout from President Obama blaming a U.S. intelligence gap for his initial underestimating of ISIS.
Oklahoma Christian and Muslim groups call for peace after a local beheading shakes the community.
CNN's Jim Sciutto asks if U.S. intelligence missed ISIS warnings?
CNN's Pamela Brown reports on why law enforcement officials are not calling the beheading of a woman a terrorist attack.
Alton Nolen is the suspect in the beheading of an Oklahoma woman. CNN's Pamela Brown reports on his social media footprint.
Fmr. NATO Supreme Allied Cmdr. Adm. James Stavridis discusses how the Obama administration misjudged the threat of ISIS.
President Solis of Costa Rica joined Richard Quest to discuss his plans on a trip to the United States.
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