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South African president Jacob Zuma reflects on Nelson Mandela's life after announcing his death.
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Now celebrating 60 years, here's a look at some of the most notable covers to come from Playboy magazine.
CNN's Nima Elbagir and team escape a U.N. compound in Bossangoa following fierce fighting and RPG attacks.
Hackers stole more than two million passwords, expert Shawn Henry says infrastructure is inherently insecure.
"Amazing Spider-Man two" first look! Peter Jackson's dream world and Ed Sheeran's hobbit music.
Larry King interviewed former South African president Nelson Mandela in 2000 about his release from prison after 27 years.
Nelson Mandela's life was defined by his struggle for freedom. CNN's Robyn Curnow reports.
The attorney for FSU quarterback Jameis Winston comments on the news that his client will not be charged with rape.
Olivia Wise gained fame when a Katy Perry song she recorded went viral online. Her mother and sister remember her with Anderson.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Alaa Eldin Ezzat, whose daughter was sentenced to 11 years in an Egyptian jail.
Sanford Bernstein Senior Analyst Mark Newman discusses reported China Mobile iPhone deal.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Human Rights Watch's Heba Morayef about Egypt.
New Day Midday looks at an undercover DEA agent that saves a family from a burning truck and Paul Walker's generous gift.
Rene Marsh takes a look at the dangers of drowsy driving and efforts to reduce sleeping behind the wheel.
Find out how top golfers, including Webb Simpson, are turning to faith while on tour.
Shane O'Donoghue meets German golfer and Major champion Martin Kaymer who shares some of his best tips.
Officials announce their findings in the sexual assault probe involving Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston.
Shane O'Donoghue examines the rise of the next generation of golfers, including Thorbjorn Olesen and Lydia Ko.
CNN's Dana Bash reports that the GOP is tutoring its male candidates on issues that are sensitive to women.
The U.N. Security Council approves the deployment of African and French forces to the Central African Republic.