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Shenan Chuang, CEO of Ogilvy & Mather Greater China, explains why her biggest career challenge was also a major highlight.
Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson explains why force was used to disperse the crowds in Ferguson, Missouri.
Leo, a freelance photographer, joins Don Lemon to describe the pain associated with tear gas
Reports of shots fired and Molotov cocktails being thrown as police fire tear gas and stun grenades into the crowd.
Police fired tear gas and stun grenades to break up protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
Malik Shabazz responds to a recent flare up in Ferguson, suggesting 'provocateurs' have been planted to incite violence
Eyewitness Piaget Crenshaw describes Michael Brown's altercation with Officer Darren Wilson.
Christian villagers outside of Mosul, Iraq have fled to an ancient monastery. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
AC360 looks at price local businesses will have to pay for the protests and violence in Ferguson.
Anderson discusses rising tensions between police and African American communities in Ferguson and across the country.
Don Lemon asks Malik Shabazz and Daryl Parks to share insights on the developments following the death of Michael Brown
Anderson questions the president of the St. Louis County Police Association about the release of evidence in the Brown case.
Anderson Cooper looks into why Michael Brown's autopsy left so many unanswered questions.
Anderson Cooper speaks with Brown family attorney Benjamin Crump who calls the police investigation 'character assassination.'
AC360 looks at two accounts of the shooting that paint drastically different pictures of Michael Brown's final moments.
CNN's Jason Carroll looks at another case involving alleged excessive force used by Ferguson police department.
As protests intensify over the Michael Brown shooting, National Guard troops are deployed to quell the unrest.
Defense Attorney Mark O'Mara explains why eyewitness' accounts are not always credible.
CNN's Erin Burnett reports on the U.N. designating new individuals as terrorist financiers for the Iraq militants, ISIS.
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