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A U.S. attorney explains some of the charges indicted against the L.A. County Sheriff's department.
Newtown officials are asking the media to stay away as they mark the anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting.
The UK National Crime Agency is investigating allegations of spot fixing in professional soccer.
HLN speaks to the members of Face, an ensemble group who gave an impromptu concert while stranded at an airport in Dallas.
President Obama and 3 former presidents are all bound for South Afirca for Nelson Mandela's funeral. Jake Tapper reports.
Ukraine's president backs talks with opposition. Diana Magnay has the latest from Kiev on the protest.
Shirley MacLaine's big night, Wonder Woman's stamp of approval, and more love for "Same Love"!
Musician and activist Bono reflects on the passing of former South African President Nelson Mandela.
Several current and former L.A. County Sheriff's Department deputies were arrested as part of an FBI investigation.
Expert: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's once-powerful uncle has been purged before, but has never done a perp walk.
CNN's Nima Elbagir reports from Central African Republic, then speaks with Christiane Amanpour.
Protesters say concessions are not enough and are calling for the Prime Minister to resign. Anna Coren has the latest.
Freezing weather blankets the U.S. - sheets of ice sock the South, while a snow storm slams the Northeast.
Patrick Gaspard U.S. Ambassador to South Africa
From fighter jets to snipers, nothing is being left to chance. CNN"s Arwa Damon shows us the security preparations.
Documents disclosed by Edward Snowden show spying agencies are gathering data on online gamers.
Ice is messing up the roads from Texas to New York and it isn't pretty.
The defendant admits to killing a soldier, but denies it was murder. CNN's Matthew Chance has the chilling testimony.
The Justice Department says several Russian diplomats and spouses accused of Medicaid fraud are also suspected of spying.