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Mercedes title contenders Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg go into the season finale with just 17 points between them.
The music, the crises and the pants. The decade that changed our country forever is coming to CNN in 2015.
Kristie Lu Stout and NewYorker.com's Nicholas Thompson talk about how people both love and loathe ride-sharing app Uber
CNN's Amanda Davies examines the controversy around the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids with sports lawyer Kevin Carpenter
Russell Brand joins "New Day" to talk about his new book and comedy special.
Vice President Biden receives warm birthday wishes from his audience in Morocco.
CNN's Richard Quest looks at a platform for people to lend money to each other over the Internet.
The biggest names in the game have turned to legend coaches in 2014 to advance their games. Christina Macfarlane reports.
The world's tallest roller coaster, "Skyscraper," will be 570 feet tall. It is being built in Orlando.
Renowned British artist Grayson Perry tells Christiane Amanpour why he's tackling "identity" for his latest project.
CNN's Nick Glass meets Dr Matt Taylor who played a key role in Rosetta's rendezvous into deep space.
Members of the GOP say President Obama is overstepping his authority by taking executive actions on immigration.
It starts with Julianne in a happy, bright place and usually ends in tears.
Mike Nichols, the director of "The Graduate" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," has died.
Florida State University student Blair Stokes gives an account of what happened during a campus incident.
A 2.5 meter long great white shark was found tangled in nets surrounding one of Sydney's busiest beaches.
From belly flop to doggie igloo ... CNN's Jeanne Moos picks the best pix (real and bogus) from the monster snowstorm.
ThyssenKrupp CEO Heinrich Hiesinger shares how his company was positioned to deal with today's low growth environment.
Shivering under up to six feet of snow in its hardest-hit sections, Buffalo, New York, may see another three feet.
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