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A passenger train derailment killed at least four people and injured dozens more in the Bronx on Sunday.
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More than 100,000 protesters are demanding the Ukrainian government resign over the reversal on an EU trade deal.
Tom Hayes is gearing AIDS awareness toward young people. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.
Tom O'Neil explains how "Fast & Furious 7" may continue in light of actor Paul Walker's death.
CNN contributors Kevin Madden and Donna Brazile, plus Corey Dade of TheRoot.com, discuss recent Walmart protests.
George Howell looks into a new education movement that places curriculum in the hands of the student, not the teacher.
China launches "Jade Rabbit," a rover that is being sent to the moon to study the lunar surface.
KUSA anchor Kyle Clark pleads for better snow pictures from viewers.
A former Zumba instructor at the center of a prostitution scandal has been released from jail.
Hollywood stars recall where they were and how they first learned of the death of JFK.
Director Spike Lee is asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit by a Florida couple who he says put his life in danger.
A decorated soldier is accused of sexual assault against a minor. Miguel Marquez reports he blames his identical twin.
Hours after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Historian Allan Lichtman discusses the actions of Lyndon B. Johnson.
A deal appears to be close on Iran's nuclear program. Fmr. Sen. George Mitchell explains the importance of the talks.
A new indictment offers shocking details of the alleged corruption happening inside the Baltimore City Detention Center.
Forecasters say Thanksgiving will bring snow and cold to the West.
CNNi talks to filmmaker Shaul Schwarz about his new documentary, "Narco Cultura" which looks at Mexico's drug war.
A car crash and a "prank" call at LAX send passengers fleeing terminals. CNN's Paul Vercammen reports.
CNN's Dan Simon reports on the allegations of hate crimes on the campus of San Jose State University.
Formula One racing legend Jackie Stewart reflects on Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel's dominating impact on F1.