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Jomana Karadsheh looks back at the victims of the September 16, 2007 shooting rampage in which 17 people were killed.
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Elite Escapes travels to the Tuscan valleys and a wine tasting with a wine producer.
UAE Professor Abdulkhaleq Abdulla explains how ISIS threatens the stability of regional countries.
A 3-D printing enthusiast in Minnesota designed a printer to build a concrete castle. CNN affiliate WCCO reports.
A 6-year-old girl ended up in a Florida hospital's ICU after being bitten by a venomous water moccasin.
Pakistani protest leader Tahir ul-Qadri tells CNN's Becky Anderson his movement is fighting for the human rights of all Pakistanis.
CNN's Will Ripley talks about his unexpected interviews with three Americans detained North Korea.
The United Kingdom's anti-terror measures call for seizing passports of would-be jihadists. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports.
A Philadelphia couple says police seized their home due to their son's first offense drug charges. Pamela Brown reports.
A controversial mascot has been removed from a high school in California. CNN affiliate KESQ reports.
These invasive bugs are eating their way through ash trees, killing them across forests in Arkansas.
Families of Iraqi military members stormed parliament, demanding information about their loved ones after an ISIS attack.
In 2011, comedian and author Adam Carolla talked to CNN about Dr. Drew, his unique middle name, and fish tacos.
CNN's Nina Dos Santos talks to Michael Kugelman from the Wilson Center about the economic impacts of the Pakistan protests.
Pro-Russian separatists have gone deeper into Ukraine. CNN's Diana Magnay reports from Donetsk, Ukraine.
A man uses his wedding venue to hold a fundraiser to help children instead.
The FBI and Apple are investigating a nude photo leak targeting female celebrities; is your data safe?
A teenager with progeria reaches a big milestone. CBC News reports.
John King, Julie Pace and Jonathan Martin weigh in on President Obama's message to voters.
John King, Julie Pace and Jonathan Martin discuss recent criticism of Obama -- even from members of his own party.
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