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A century and a half after the Battle of Gettysburg is receiving the Medal of Honor from President Obama.
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CNN's Virtual Think Tank asks digital experts why they think Hong Kong is the best place to launch a start-up.
Urban Outfitters drew ire after selling a vintage Kent State sweatshirt with red stains online.
Deb Feyerick explores the lives & dossiers of ISIS & Al-Qaeda's top leaders.
CNN's Anna Coren is on the front lines with Kurdish Peshmerga forces as they fight ISIS in Northern Iraq.
Over a 1,000 firefighters are battling the King Fire which threatens 500 homes. Affiliate KTXL reports.
Three members of NATO's International Security Assistance Force were killed in a suicide car bombing in Kabul.
Owners of a Michigan funeral home say they want to make saying your final good bye more convenient. WNEM has more.
The World Health Organization says there could be as many as 20,000 Ebola cases before it's brought under control.
CNN's Max Foster meets campaigners on both sides of the Scottish independence debate as they try to woo undecided voters.
Miguel Marquez reports on the latest news in the Adrian Peterson story, including updates on new allegations of abuse
Taiwanese military fighter jets practice emergency takeoffs and landings on the No. 1 National Freeway.
The Chinese government blacked out CNN's signal during a report on a crackdown on Christians in Eastern China.
Alan Dershowitz explains why Israel's strategy in combatting Hamas serves as the blueprint the US should use versus ISIS
Jean Casarez reports on how psychologists are helping NFL players know the difference between discipline and child abuse.
The family of David Haines, the British aid worker killed in the latest gruesome ISIS video, spoke about the man he was.
ISIS puts out video of their brutal acts in Syria and Iraq. Are they capable of launching an attack in the U.S.?
The family of aid worker David Haines is speaking out about his brutal murder by ISIS militants. Nic Robertson reports.
Despite abuse scandals involving four NFL star players, several major sponsors have voiced support for the league.
Guests Van Jones, Janet Taylor, and Glenda Hatchett offer their insights on the fine line between discipline and abuse
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