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Seijiro Takeshita talks to CNNi about Japanese business investments.
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CNN's Pamela Brown on the first responders describing the emotional scene at Ariel Castro's home.
Two people were killed when a storage platform collapsed at a shoe factory warehouse in Cambodia.
Inspired by a trip to Uganda when she was 18, Brin Enterkin opened a school and orphanage in a rural Ugandan village.
Boxer Floyd Mayweather tops SI's list of the highest-paid American athletes for the second straight year.
Donald Rumsfeld shares his rule for CNN's Piers Morgan and his regrets about the Iraq war.
Dan Lothian has the latest regarding the IRS scandal and Obama vows to work hand in hand with Congress on investigation.
CNN's Victor Blackwell is in Granbury with the very latest on the deadly tornado outbreak overnight in North Texas.
CNN's Sara Sidner reports on a Palestinian TV show where the winner gets the title of president.
Pat Cash faces off with Spain's Nicolas Almagro on the sidelines of the Madrid Open.
Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg and Pete Sampras explain why the French Open was so tough to win. Frederik Pleitgen reports.
French Open champions from the past five years talk to Open Court -- including Maria Sharapova and Svetlana Kuznetsova.
A 14-month-old girl in a stroller rolled onto train tracks in Philadelphia and her mother saved her.
Lashing winds and torrential rains as Tropical Cyclone Mahasen hits southeast Asia. CNN's Dan Rivers reports.
Despite political and economic woes, Egypt remains a big TV manufacturer in the Middle East. Reza Sayah reports.
"The Great Gatsby" had its European premiere in Cannes, but not all the critics are lapping up the spectacle.
Rosemary Church speaks with an expert in emerging viruses about the first transmission between patient and health worker.
Author John Cook discusses of a new report that says the vast majority of studies say humans play a role.
Les Machines de L'Ile is an amusement park in Nantes, France, where visitors can ride huge moving animals.
Scientists successfully create human embryonic stem cells