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Author Thomas Piketty talks about "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" -- named business book of the year by the FT.
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CNN visits Hui Ling, China's first private organization to provide help to people with intellectual disabilities.
Barbara Murasiranwa of the Zimbabwe Council for Tourism says the tides are rapidly turning for travel to the nation.
In the terror group's latest video, ISIS purportedly shows the aftermath of the beheading of U.S. hostage Peter Kassig.
Victoria Falls offers one of Africa's most spectacular sights and has benefited from recent investments.
CNN's Maggie Lake reports on how robots are turning Pittsburgh into a national model of urban reinvention.
Former F1 driver Karun Chandhok guides us around the Yas Marina Circuit where double points may decide the F1 title.
New video shows 26-year-old Peter Kassig's body after it had been beheaded. He was captured last year.
Anger and despair over the disappearance of 43 students is fueling protests in Mexico. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
CNN's Christine Romans and Jennifer Gray report that a second round of winter weather is on it's way.
CNN's John Vause asks Jeffery Kingston of Temple University's Japan campus if Prime Minister Abe's policies are to blame.
CNN's Arwa Damon first met Peter Kassig when he was tending injured Syrians in the summer of 2012.
Police are looking for a suspect they say pushed a man from a subway platform into the path of the D train. WCBS reports.
CNN's Rosa Flores explains how protests are adding to the difficulties of people in Guerrero, Mexico.
Drivers are stopping to get a second look at a tree that many say has a picture of the Virgin Mary on it. KCCI reports.
CNN's Andrew Stevens looks at who made gains at the G20 and who missed the mark.
The DEA is investigating allegations of illegal dispensing of prescription drugs by NFL teams.
CNN's Atika Shubert explains how the most recent ISIS video differs from the other previous hostage execution videos.
Russian President Vladimir Putin wastes no time leaving Brisbane's G20 Summit after verbal jabs from world leaders.
New York City paid $20 million to treat one Ebola patient and track others. Should the federal government help?
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