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Japan's richest man wants his clothing chain to become the world's biggest. CNN's Andrew Stevens reports.
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CNN's Diana Magnay takes an inside look at pro-Russian self defense units in Crimea.
Oscar Pistorius' neighbor, Charl Johnson, describes what he remembers of the night Reeva Steenkamp was shot.
EU Parliament President Martin Schulz and Interim Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk speak to reporters.
The Israel Defense Forces say they have intercepted a shipment of weapons heading for Gaza. CNN's Sare Sidner reports.
Oscar Pistorius' friend recounts a gunshot incident at a restaurant weeks before his girlfriend's death.
The National Corvette Museum's "Millionth" Corvette and the 1984 PPG Pace Car were pulled from a sinkhole. WBKO reports.
One year after Hugo Chavez's death, Venezuelans are still divided on how they view him.
The Massachusetts high court has shocked and surprised many with a ruling on taking secret photos up a woman's skirt.
Piers Morgan talks to Tim Tesseneer and Stacy Robinson about rescuing children from a van that drove into the ocean.
Hillary Clinton compared Putin's justification for invasion to that of Hitler. What is Putin's real plan in Ukraine?
Does Putin plan to use the Ukraine invasion to try and build a new empire to go up against NATO and the European Union?
Russia Today's Abby Martin discusses her recent anti-Russia comments during an exclusive interview with Piers Morgan.
New questions about what U.S. intelligence knew about Putin's plans to invade Ukraine.
Anderson ask Former Ambassador Bill Richardson whether diplomacy could end the Ukraine crisis.
Dana Bash asks Senator Lindsey Graham about his claim that Pres. Obama's Benghzai response invited Putin's action in Ukraine.
Morgan welcomes Abby Martin for an exclusive interview, refuting her claim that he's been censored as a TV host for CNN
Anchor Liz Wahl joins Piers Morgan to explain why she quit on-air over coverage of Russia's role in the Ukranian unrest
While many say this has been a harsh winter, a group of snowkiters in Minnesota say this has been the best winter yet.
VICE News reporter Simon Ostrovsky gives a dramatic look inside a Ukrainian naval base.