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Antonio Villaraigosa, Alberto Gonzales and Rep. Xavier Becerra on the urgency of immigration legislation.
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Rep Becerra, Antonio Villaraigosa and Alberto Gonzales on if an executive order from the President will make problem worse.
Does President Obama have the legal authority to use executive action on immigration and should he use it?
LZ Granderson, S.E. Cupp, Penny Lee and Mercedes Schlapp on the Obamacare fight and Jonathan Gruber's 'stupid' comments.
Barbara Bowman has accused comedian Bill Cosby of rape. She says some major media outlets ignored her allegations for years.
30 volunteers are dug in at an outpost on the front lines in eastern Ukraine. CNN's Phil Black reports.
Norwegian physician, Mads Gilbert, says he will challenge any steps that will prevent him from doing medical work in Gaza.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks about his interview with Bill Cosby.
Sen. Dick Durbin on immigration bill - says if the GOP 'fails to do it, the president will act, and I will support him.'
CNNi talks to Jane Mirandette about her inspiration behind Nicaragua's first lending library for schoolchildren.
The recovery of wreckage from downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 has finally begun in war-torn eastern Ukraine
With the apparent beheading of Peter Kassig, the 'Inside Politics' panel examines if Obama's ISIS strategy is working.
Will Nancy Pelosi be reelected? Ed O'Keefe has the inside scoop on her power play behind closed doors.
Peter Baker says Obama will likely have to give up some of his more controversial nominees before the new Senate starts.
Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) says committing U.S. ground troops in Syria would be a 'serious mistake.'
Future headlines: Pelosi's power play, focus on Obama's veto pen, and what will happen to Obama's nominees.
A U.S. General says that half of all U.S. Marine Corps units at their home bases are below the levels of required readiness.
Peter Kassig, an American who went to Syria to help victims of the war, has supposedly been beheaded by ISIS.
Shasta Darlington is in Sao Paulo where thousands of Brazilians protest after reports of political corruption.
With little developments in the mystery of 43 missing students in Guerrero, Mexico, the community is outraged.
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