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A five-year-old boy called 911 after he saw his mom fall off the couch and have a seizure. KTVZ reports.
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Genel Energy President Mehmet Sepil discusses the challenges his Turkish company faces with cheap global oil prices.
A smart 4-year-old boy took all the right steps when his grandmother collapsed in their home. CNN affiliate WRIC reports.
Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf speaks out against the Taliban school shooting that left 145 people dead.
This season, the Salvation Army has received some unique donations. CNN affiliate WKMG has more.
CNN's Paula Newton meets the "guardians" of pirot carpets -- traditional tapestry-woven rugs from the town of Pirot.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour says that it will be a 'huge deal' if the U.S. resumes diplomatic ties with Cuba.
CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports from Havana on the prisoner swap that helped free detained American Alan Gross.
Alan Gross, an American prisoner held in Cuba, has been granted his freedom. CNN's Elise Labott reports.
Google Spokeswoman Joyce Hau talks about the company's top searches for 2014.
A new study found that people who felt younger than their age lived longer than those who felt their age or older.
For the world's finance markets time is money -- every second counts. CNN's Rosie Tomkins reports.
Rachel Atherton is a world champion in downhill mountain biking, one of the most extreme of all the cycling disciplines.
Jim Sciutto dives into the differences between the Pakistani and Afghan Taliban and outlines their timeline of terror.
Cyber attackers have threatened theaters who show "The Interview." The New York premiere has also been canceled.
CNN's Richard Quest explores how the shared economy will continue to disrupt the world of travel next year.
Hackers are threatening attacks on theaters showing "The Interview." One major chain has already pulled the film.
After the Seven Network's staff was evacuated, one cameraman was allowed to stay behind to aid police.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spearheaded the country's biggest urban renewal project in Istanbul.
Conan usually does not give free gifts to his audience, but Ellen DeGeneres changes that.
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