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CNN's Pamela Brown reports several stunning new details about beatings the three victims endured while in captivity.
Air Force officers lose authority to control nuclear missiles after they performed poorly. CNN's Chris Lawrence reports.
Richard Quest looks at an ambitious infrastructure development in India and how hotels are targeting the middle market.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports on the millions of internally displaced in Syrians.
CNN's Shasta Darlington talks to families squatting in faded luxury.
A team scientists say they may have discovered part of the "lost continent" deep in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Brazil.
In an exlcusice interview, CNN's Saima Mohsin speaks to the family a politician killed in Pakistan.
HLN's Vinnie Politan and Gus Searcy debate whether Jodi Arias' killing of her ex-boyfriend was premeditated.
A source says the baby Amanda Berry had while she was prisoner was delivered by another captive. Poppy Harlow reports.
CNN's Piers Morgan and guests talk about the factors that may decide if Jodi Arias gets the death penalty or not.
CNN's Poppy Harlow reports on the warm welcome home for two of the Ohio women held captive for nearly a decade.
Dispatch audio reveals the first moments of the Ohio rescue as the officers enter the house.
Jodi Arias speaks about the guilty verdict returned against her and the possibility of receiving the death penalty.
Randi Kaye reports on cases in which kidnapping victims have developed Stockholm syndrome.
Dash cam video from 2008 shows the suspect in the Cleveland kidnapping case, Ariel Castro, stopped by a police officer.
Erin Burnett reports on why America was obsessed with Jodi Arias.
New numbers show sex assault on the rise again in US military. CNN's Chris Lawrence reports.
A famed psychic was dead wrong about the "death" of Amanda Berry. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the backlash.
It was a long and emotional day as witnesses shared their accounts of the attack in Benghazi. CNN's Dana Bash reports.