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When we think of refugees, we usually think of refugee camps. But many have made a new -- and successful -- life in Jordan. CNN's Jomana Karadsheh reports.
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Temperatures in Pakistan reached 44.8 degrees Celsius or 113 degrees Fahrenheit, the highest recorded temperature in 15 years. CNN's Pedram Javaheri reports.
A ban on late-night dancing is being repealed, much to the approval of Japanese who just want to dance with somebody. CNN's Will Ripley tells us the story.
In an exclusive interview, Brian Stelter talks with Lester Holt's son Stefan about his father's new role as permanent "NBC Nightly News" anchor.
NBA player Dwight Howard talks to CNN's Poppy Harlow about the recent events in Charleston.
CNN's Poppy Harlow and Alexandra Field discuss the latest details in the search for two escaped killers in New York.
Fresh water around the world may be in danger of running out. CNN's Amara Walker discusses this with a NASA scientist.
South Carolina State Representative Doug Brannon speaks with CNN's Poppy Harlow about the controversy of the Confederate flag.
Marcus Stanley is a gospel singer who wrote a message of forgiveness on the Facebook page of Dylann Roof, the gunman in the Charleston church shooting. He speaks with CNN's Poppy Harlow.
According to some Charleston residents, the seemingly peaceful southern city remains racially divided and hostile towards its black population.
Brian Stelter speaks with former MSNBC executive Dan Abrams about the repercussions of Brian Williams' new job handling breaking news on MSNBC.
Activist Deray McKesson and Brian Stelter discuss loaded language and accusations of media bias in the coverage of the Charleston church massacre.
Raphael James, WCSC Charleston news anchor, tells Brian Stelter about the hardships of covering a heartbreaking local story.
A parachutist with the British Army's Red Devils stunt team rescued a fellow jumper in a midair drama after his parachute failed during a stunt jump. CNN's Nick Parker reports.
Former New York Times TV reporter Bill Carter and Frank Sesno of the George Washington University discuss lingering questions about Williams' return to TV.
Jackie Wright, the creator of a Brian Williams fan page on Facebook, shares her perspective on Williams' new role at MSNBC.
Douglas Brinkley, Van Jones, and Russell Moore discuss the missteps both Republicnas and Democrats have had on race related issues.
CNN Political Commentator Van Jones explains distinctions between "happiness" and "joy" in the black church, and says joy is being practiced in Charleston.
Just days after a gunman killed nine people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, worshipers gathered for their Sunday service.
Mayor of Charleston Joseph Riley sat down with Jake Tapper at Emanuel AME Church to talk about leading his city through heartbreak and tragedy.
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