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Barbara Starr reports that the U.S. has begun conducting its first offensive airstrikes southwest of Baghdad.
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US strategy on ISIS: Destroy them in Iraq, disrupt them in Syria
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with PayPal co-founder about what is set to be the world's biggest IPO in history, Alibaba.
Vivid images of violence and the NFL's reaction could alienate female fans. CNN's Cristina Alesci reports.
Brooke Baldwin interviews Mioshi Johnson, wife of retired NFL player Chris Johnson, about Kerry Washington's campaign.
In an unusual move, al Qaeda branches are calling on terrorist forces in Syria to unite. CNN's Pamela Brown reports.
Delivering equipment and supplies is essential, but "this is also about education and behavior change," says one expert.
We knew how to fight earlier Ebola outbreak, this is a different disease, experts tell CNN's Elizabeth Cohen.
President Obama 'isn't telling the truth,' we already have boots on the ground in Iraq, says Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla.
Testifying before Congress, Gen. Martin Dempsey didn't rule out sending U.S. military advisers in Iraq closer to combat.
A new ordinance allows police to ban people that smell bad from public places. KIRO reports.
The Livescribe 3 records your handwriting and copies your notes directly to an app on your iPhone or iPad
An apparent fireball lit up the night sky across Wayne, New Jersey. CNN affiliate News 12 New Jersey reports.
Poppy Harlow speaks to Karel De Gucht about how Russia may respond to Ukraine's political and economic deal with the EU.
How will energy be generated in the future? Fareed asks Vinod Khosla, a venture capitalist betting big on innovation.
President Barack Obama lays out the U.S. plan to combat the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
Rihanna took to Twitter expressing her outrage after CBS Sports dropped her song from Thursday Night Football.
Hala Gorani speaks to Kate Williams about how Queen Elizabeth is reacting to the possibility of Scottish independence.
A van driver in London narrowly missed being injured by a explosion.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Pentagon Spokesman, Rear Admiral John Kirby.
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