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CNN's Dana Bash speaks with 2016 Presidential candidate Rand Paul's wife, Kelley Paul.
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Brian Todd reports: the passenger in Walter Scott's car has come forward. What are officer's legal challenges ahead?
CNN's Jim Sciutto explains how the terrorist group Al-Shabaab began and why it's becoming more of an international threat.
Annegret Raunigk, 65, used artificial insemination to get pregnant. The mother of 13 children and 7 grandchildren is set to have quadruplets this summer.
El nuevo disco del grupo colombiano Sidestepper "Amor Supernatural"
El analista político Jorge Dávila opina sobre la frase de discordia entre Turquía y el papa Francisco
El cantante habla de su música, carrera y de sus seguidoras
Ante los enfrentamientos con ISIS en su territorio y la caída en precios del petróleo, Iraq pide ayuda.
Iraq's leader visits the U.S. capital, a CNN reporter visits the DMZ on the Korean Peninsula, and a Japanese robot visits the site of a 2011 nuclear meltdown.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer speaks with Congressman Jason Chaffetz on stunning revelations claiming Federal Drug Enforcement Agents spent tax dollars on sex parties.
El presidente Barack Obama eliminó a Cuba de la lista de países que patrocinan el terrorismo, liberando así a la isla de una serie de sanciones.
CNN's Chris Frates has the latest on why there's still a gridlock blocking confirmation of Loretta Lynch as U.S. Attorney General.
"Hillary for America" communications director Jennifer Palmieri weighs in.
Andrew Stevens reports on a push to get kids excited about writing computer code in Hong Kong.
"We have to take control of what's going on on our beaches," says Mayor of Panama City Beach, Florida, Gayle Oberst.
Rita Wilson's shocking health news, Olivia Munn joins "X-Men: Apocalypse," and the most anticipated summer blockbusters revealed!
UNICEF is delivering badly-needed aid to the devastated country of Yemen. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports that Republicans and Democrats have agreed on a deal that gives them oversight on the Iran deal.
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