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Islamic banking is gaining in popularity among non-Muslim customers. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.
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Lisa Kelly has started a business in central Indiana in which she cuddles with strangers for therapeutic reasons.
CNN's John Defterios looks at a new initiative aiming to eradicate Brazil's housing deficit and slum dwellings.
Ilham Tohti, an economics professor at Beijing's Minzu University, was sentenced to life in prison by a Chinese court.
Five Arab nations, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan, also participated.
Kristie Lu Stout speaks to NASA's Niki Werkheiser about the first 3D printer to travel into space
A Rutgers University student was attacked and killed by a black bear while he was hiking with friends.
A 15-year-old girl was captured by ISIS and luckily escaped. She tells CNN's Anna Coren her horrific story.
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout explores how the city is finding new ways to supply drinking water to its population of some five million people.
The NFL is a $10 billion business, so how is it considered a nonprofit? CNN's Drew Griffin investigates.
The U.S. initiated two separate airstrike campaigns overnight against ISIS and the Khorasan Group in Syria.
The U.S. launches Tomahawk missiles from Navy ships at ISIS targets in Syria.
Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori talks about being the first Asian man to reach a grand slam final.
CNN's Isha Sesay gets a cooking lesson from Cristeta Comerford who reveals how she has been influenced by her mother.
As U.S. airstrikes begin against ISIS in Syria, five Arab nations join the attack. CNN's Christiane Amanpour reports.
As U.S. airstrikes begin against ISIS in Syria. five Arab nations join the attack. CNN's Michelle Kosinski has more.
Keith Wheeler has been carrying a 12-foot cross around the world since 1985. He has traveled to more than 150 countries.
A Palestinian man who Israel says was responsible for the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teens was killed by the military.
Guests James Reese, Rick Francona and Mark Hertling react to the United States beginning airstrikes on ISIS in Syria
Jennifer Blanke, Chief Economist at the World Economic Forum, on nurturing future growth through inclusion.
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