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Missouri's governor has created a Ferguson Commission. The commission's co-chairs discuss what they hope to achieve.
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Unhinged by doorways, pit bull enters BACKWARDS. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the butt-first way Queso conquers his fear.
Former TV host Dick Cavett promotes his new book, "Brief Encounters," and tells a few jokes.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports there may not be enough drones to keep up with the U.S. battle against growing terror threats.
CNN's Ted Rowlands reports on what is known about Officer Darren Wilson, who has remained out of the public eye.
CNN speaks to Professor Nicholas Burns about the mounting violence in Jerusalem and the need for Palestinian leadership.
CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers breaks down the latest extreme weather: thunder snow.
A massive recall of defective Takata airbags was expanded to involve millions more cars. CNN's Rene Marsh reports.
A United Nations General Assembly committee voted to hold North Korean leaders accountable for human rights violations.
Jeff Foster used to be a killer whale hunter. Why did he give up his lucrative profession? CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
New video appears to show Officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed Michael Brown, involved in another confrontation.
Terrorists target a synagogue in Jerusalem, Japan's economy slips into a recession, and we examine the potential value of skill-specific education programs.
The Senate was unable to get the 60 votes needed to approve construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
The end of the year brings a rush of movies inspired by actual events, including many Oscar favorites
CNN's Amara Walker talks to the U.N.'s Michael Kirby about the recent committee vote on North Korean human rights abuses.
Why is this single 36-inch pipe causing so much debate? CNN's Tom Foreman explains.
A race to save chocolate as demand is high and supply is low. Will the shortage lead to the "achocolypse"?
Obama previously questioned legality of executive orders on immigration. CNN's Michelle Kosinski reports for "The Lead."
Former Taliban hostage weighs in on U.S. hostage policy review.
CNN's Martin Savidge reports from Buffalo, New York, where more than five feet of snow is expected as freezing temperatures hit the U.S.
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