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CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal about the importance of national service.
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An officer from the Lemoore Naval Air Station gives an update on the two Navy jets that collided over the Pacific Ocean.
CNN's Miguel Marquez reports on the latest moves by the NFL Commissioner over Ray Rice
Minnesota Vikings Adrian Peterson has been indicted on a felony charge of injury to a child. Rachel Nichols reports.
In an interview with Erin Burnett, retired General Stanley McChrystal weighs in on Obama's ISIS strategy.
Doug Ford, Mayor Rob Ford's brother, announces he will be entering the mayoral campaign as his brother withdraws.
The Rosetta mission announces its landing site Monday and choosing the right place is key. Ralitsa Vassileva reports.
Suzanne Malveaux looks into reports that the Palin family was involved in a heated fight.
A winter storm delivered snow across a swath of the mountain west two weeks before the first day of Autumn.
A Florida man says George Zimmerman threatened him after an incident of road rage. CNN's Alina Machado reports.
America's anthem turns 200 on Sept. 13, 2014. We asked you on the street to sing a few lines; it went about as expected.
Health officials say they need more help in the battle against the Ebola virus. CNN's Isha Sesay has the latest.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on how ISIS lures foreign fighters into their group.
American officials respond to James Foley's mother's claims that she was threatened by government officials.
Comedian Michael Che is slated to become the first African American anchor on "Saturday Night Live's" Weekend Update.
Are we at war with ISIS? As CNN's Michelle Kosinski reports, it depends on who you ask in the Obama administration.
Liberia needs urgent help to deal with Ebola outbreak, says WHO spokesman Tarik Jasarevic.
Comedian Michael Che is joining SNL, where there's a "diversity deluge going on" says The Wrap's Sharon Waxman.
"The use of air power, for want of a better term, was very gratifying," says Gen. Michael Hayden.
Sen. Christine Gillibrand spearheads a group of female senators demanding "zero tolerance" from the NFL for domestic abuse.
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