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It took riot police to break up a parliament brawl in Capetown, South Africa. CNN's Diana Magnay reports.
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Catholic priests train for exorcisms in Oklahoma. KFOR has the story.
How caring for his mom made Quai Jefferson a better person & a better football player, earning him a college scholarship
The NHL Commissioner talks gambling & a possible team in Las Vegas, plus the future of hockey, including at the Olympics
Hong Kong's remaining protesters may soon be forced to clear out from occupied areas. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.
The comic talks about his new wrestling movie and his love of hockey, plus how he could "take" LeBron James
KGO's Katie Marzullo explains how a smart phone app could help track Ebola.
Lava flow spares no boundaries as it burns through a fenced area in Pahoa, Hawaii.
Two students who survived attack give CNN a behind-the-scenes look at their campus. Rafael Romo reports.
Earthquake strikes off the coast of Indonesia but a tsunami is unlikely, says CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam.
President Barack Obama announces the U.S. is committing $3 billion to fight climate change. Andrew Stevens reports.
Jon Stewart explains what lessons can be drawn from a film based on a true story, when the audience already knows the end.
Jon Stewart tells Fareed why he chose to vividly portray the mental torture Maziar Bahari experienced in the film Rosewater.
On GPS, Stewart tells Fareed that the Iranian regime is taking a relatively short sighted approach to retaining power.
Fareed talks to policy experts about China's balance between global collaboration and nationalism under Xi.
Stewart, director of Rosewater, tells Fareed he feels many people are trapped between authoritarianism & religious extremism.
Bahari explains why he thinks there won't be a Iranian nuclear deal; Stewart predicts the U.S. political reaction to one.
On GPS, the CEO of edX explains how the big data mined from Massive Open Online Courses has the ability to improve education.
On GPS, Butler & Agarwal explain why students are drawn to online higher education: tuition debt & exciting new technologies.
On GPS, Jon Stewart explains why he portrayed Iranian interrogators as human characters in the film Rosewater.
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