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Brooke Baldwin discusses space travel to Mars with astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
Manchester city's sacking of Manager Roberto Mancini is all part of the UAE owner's grand ambitions.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Miss DC Allyn Rose about her decision to undergo a double mastectomy to prevent breast cancer.
Students rescued from human trafficking gangs in the Philippines are getting a helping hand from Microsoft.
The European Union launched an investigation into oil companies Shell, BP and Statoil for alleged price-fixing.
CNN's Leone Lakhani attends a special prayer vigil to mark the end of recovery efforts in Bangladesh.
Police say intruders stole a few hundred thousand dollars after a Justin Beiber concert in Johannesburg.
A ten year old boy plans to run seven marathons on seven continents. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.
Attorney General Eric Holder takes press questions about the subpoena of the Associated Presses phone records.
The White House says it must balance probes on reporter records with national security concerns.
President Obama believes IRS targeting conservative groups is "outrageous."
A pair of Washington D.C. sisters reunite after being separated for 17 years, and a NBA fan uniform contest.
U.S. companies bring manufacturing jobs back home. CNN's Maggie Lake has the details.
Choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa speaks to photojournalist Eddie Cortes about the ballet "Requiem for a Rose".
Consumer Report says Tesla's Model S is the best car ever tested. Does it add up? Erin Burnet has the story.
Erin Burnett talks about life without the IRS when five scheduled furlough days take effect due to sequestration.
The mayor of Osaka says the use of "comfort women" during World War II was something "necessary" for morale.
In 2006 and 2007, actress Angelina Jolie talked to Larry King about her mother's battle with ovarian cancer.
Stanford students are inventing products to solve some of the world's most enduring problems.