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The remains of three infants were found in a vermin-infested home in Blackstone, Massachusetts. Affiliate WBZ reports.
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Michael Haines, brother of ISIS victim David Haines, reflects on his brother's life and dedication to public service.
Bay Area residents were puzzled by a streak of light in the night sky. CNN affiliate KPIX has the full story.
About 130 people in Iowa came out to hear Senator Bernie Sanders speak and encourage him to run for president.
Michael Haines delivered an emotional statement saying Islam wasn't to blame for his brother David's death.
John Kerry says countries in and outside of the Middle East are willing to use their soldiers to fight ISIS.
Nic Robertson says UK officials are working with allies to confirm the identity of David Haines' executioner.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick talks about Uber's earnings, their next big move and their campaign against the "taxi cartel."
Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, who was convicted of domestic violence this summer, was deactivated.
President Obama says U.S. "strongly condemns barbaric murder" of David Haines and stands with ally UK in "grief."
Former diplomat Daniel Benjamin says the media is overstaing the threat ISIS poses to the US homeland.
Generals Paul Eaton and Jim Dubik on whether President Obama's can work without combat troops on the ground.
In an emotional speech, Jerry Richardson, owner of the Carolina Panthers wept while referring to domestic violence.
Former WH press secretary Jay Carney says "It's not going to be a good year for Democrats by definition."
Rep. Barbara Lee talks to Brian Stelter about why we hear so few anti-war voices on cable news.
Christine Brennan and Gary Belsky on whether the big TV money involved with the NFL impacts media's coverage of scandals.
Sen. Tom Harkin on Vice President Joe Biden and whether he'll run for president and can he beat Hillary Clinton.
Former NFL players George Martin and Chris Kluwe talk about how player misconduct is handled in NFL locker rooms.
Sen. Tom Harkin has some surprising picks for easiest and most difficult presidents for the past 40 years.
New York Times Baghdad bureau chief Tim Arango tells Brian Stelter about the perils journalists face when covering ISIS.
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