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A Florida woman is using dog hair to create a certain fashion accessory. CNN affiliate Bay New 9 reports.
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Actor Gary Sinise supports our troops through his foundation.
Kristie Lu Stout and NewYorker.com's Nicholas Thompson discuss the latest products unveiled by Apple
Actor Brian Cox and Parliamentarian Rory Stewart debate Scottish independence with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
Rep. John Tierney loses his primary fight with war vet Seth Moulton. Is anti-Washington sentiment to blame?
Sen. Cruz says Republicans should consider shutting down the government -- if the admin. pushes action on immigration.
What is believed to be a great white shark killed a swimmer in Australia while his wife waited for him on the shore.
How does President Obama get Congress to buy in to his ISIS plan?
CNN's John King goes "Inside Politics" with Manu Raju and Molly Ball on the President's plan to deal with Syria, ISIS.
Emotions were high during the first city council meeting in Ferguson, Missouri, since Michael brown was killed.
Dewan Williams, who is married to retired NFL player Wally Williams, speaks out about domestic violence in the league.
Since ISIS poses a direct threat to Iran, will the country's 'non-intervention' policy change?
CNN's Reza Sayah looks at the launch of Novorossiya TV , a network created by pro-Russian rebels.
CNN's Jim Bittermann says that any intervention in Iraq by France will be in partnership with the Iraqi government.
CNN's Frederik Pleitgen says the German public supports sending arms to the Kurds, but not German troops on ground in Iraq.
CNN's Matthew Chance says Russia believes ISIS is evil but doesn't want airstrikes that damage Assad.
CNN's Elise Labott previews John Kerry's visit to the Middle East and what he will be seeking to accomplish with Gulf leaders.
With a verdict in the Oscar Pistorius trial expected this week, CNN's Robyn Curnow takes a look back.
CNN's Max Foster says David Cameron is being cautious -- although airstrikes remain an option.
An inmate's use of social media shocks his victim's family and sparks an investigation. CNN affiliate KARK reports.
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