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A man is escorted out of the room during NFL's commissioner Roger Goodell's press conference.
CNN's Rachel Nichols asks Roger Goodell if he's willing to give up some of his power in disciplining NFL players.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaks out on the domestic abuse scandals that have marred professional football's image.
CNN's Neil Curry meets the surviving members of the band behind David Bowie's third album "The Man Who Sold The World."
Terence Moore talks with CNN's Randi Kaye about the NFL player arrests for crimes related to domestic violence.
A mother had to call 911 after her 10-year-old daughter accidentally got stuck in a washing machine. WCBS reports.
A local coffee shop is brewing more than just caffeine, and the baristas are dressed in bikinis.
The bodies of 8 people were found after having been killed by villagers. CNN's Nima Elbagir has the details.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks to Louise Richardson about the importance of Scotland to the United Kingdom.
Christiane Amanpour talks to Bernard Jenkin and Menzies Campbell about how the UK moves on from the failed referendum vote.
Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi sits in a Mexican prison for a weapons charge, but was it all just a mistake?
An online mandatory training course was suspended for asking students questions about their sex lives. WSPA reports.
Actor Hank Azaria tells Conan that he channels Tom Hanks before every sex scene he shoots.
NYSE Pres. Tom Farley talks to Maggie Lake about the Alibaba IPO.
Big buzz for "Big Eyes," Kevin Smith explains where "Tusk" got started, and Justin Long's biggest fear!
President Obama speaks at the launch of a new initiative to combat campus sexual assault.
Maggie Lake talks with Becky Anderson about Alibaba's IPO now being underway and that it was record breaking.
New investigation sheds light into why Michael Brown's body lady in a Ferguson street for four hours.
Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal reacts to the news that a Ferguson office has been suspended.
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