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Russia 2018 will 'walk that extra mile' to ensure that it does not repeat the mistakes of Sochi.
A suicide bomber targeted a Shia mosque in northeast Baghdad. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
Richard Preston think that "many health workers in Africa were better prepared for Ebola than many ... in the U.S."
Former President Clinton says it is important that political parties work together to solve the Ebola crisis.
Former President Bill Clinton says Ebola "looks different if you've got some skin in the game."
Mike learns oysters' environmental and economical benefits as he helps orchestrate an oyster orgy to save Chesapeake Bay
Rep. Ed Royce says that hiring Ron Klain is a step towards fighting Ebola for the Obama administration.
A weatherman had a dog on set during his forecast segment to promote animal adoption, but things didn't go as planned.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard says 21 days to quarantine those exposed to Ebola is not enough time.
The U.S. military has airdropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish fighters in Kobani.
An unidentified man rushed into a burning house to attempt to save a man inside. Jessica Porter has the story.
Hannah Graham's case becomes a 'death investigation' after human remains are found.
Meet Japan's passionate F1 fans ahead of the Japanese GP.
Kim Il Sung's former physician tells Paula Hancocks about the odd treatments administered to the founder of North Korea.
Texas Health Presbyterian has issued an apology in two major Dallas newspapers for their Ebola missteps.
Ivan Watson delves into the complicated politics behind Turkey's reluctance to engage against ISIS.
Joko Widodo faces several hurdles in keeping his campaign promises after being sworn in as Indonesia's new president.
The Pentagon doesn't believe airstrikes alone will stop ISIS, but they do possibly provide a psychological advantage.
An estimated 2,000 children have been orphaned in Liberia due to Ebola. Many are stigmatized by their communities.
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