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Kristie Lu Stout speaks to author Robert Lustig about the dangers of added sugar in processed foods
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President Obama is heading to the CDC and 3,000 U.S. forces are heading to West Africa to help fight Ebola.
Writer Steve Almond says that if fans are outraged, they should "stop watching the game, stop paying their salaries."
Princess Haya of Jordan reflects on her time as the president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI).
Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Nasim Pedrad gets a real thrill dressing as Aziz Ansari.
Sanjay Parekh has spent over 15 years in tech. He explains how lowering costs and crowd funding are transforming the world of start-ups.
John King, Jackie Kucinich, and Manu Raju on a rare interview with Bush and a potential presidential candidacy in 2016.
John King, Jackie Kucinich, and Manu Raju on Gov. Chris Christie's trips around the country for GOP candidates.
Several dozen Israeli soldiers are refusing to serve in a secretive intelligence unit because of it's dubious practices.
John King, Jackie Kucinich, and Manu Raju discuss how Congress will vote on U.S. action against the threat of ISIS.
Yas Mall plans to open its doors in time for this year's F1 race in late November. CNN's John Defterios reports.
CNN's Shirley Robertson speaks with Team Abu Dhabi's Ian Walker.
CNN has obtained tapes of terrorists communicating in code and planning their attacks. Deborah Feyerick reports.
CNN's Shirley Robertson goes inside the nerve center of the Volvo Ocean Race in Alicante, Spain.
As Alibaba prepares to go public, CNN's David McKenzie looks at how it serves as a launching pad for young entrepreneurs.
CNN's Shirley Robertson meets the seven teams taking part in the 12th edition of the toughest race in sailing.
A century and a half after the Battle of Gettysburg is receiving the Medal of Honor from President Obama.
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.
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