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A court in Jordan has cleared radical cleric Abu Qatada of terror charges citing insufficient evidence.
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Representative Peter King expresses his support for Obama's decision to strike at terrorist group in Syria.
Swedish car giant Volvo is investing in roam delivery allowing shopping to be delivered to people's cars. CNN's Isa Soares reports.
Mike is prepping for his new show at CNN HQ in Atlanta. Somebody's Gotta Do it premieres Wednesday night, Oct. 8th at 9
Authorities have obtained an arrest warrant for Jesse Matthew in the case of missing student Hannah Graham.
Pennsylvania Sen. Jim Ferlo casually announces he is gay while rallying support and change for the state's hate crime law.
Kristie Lu Stout explains why the group may have been hit on Tuesday, and how that could hurt the battle against ISIS
CNN's Christiane Amanpour interviews U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry about recent airstrikes against ISIS and more.
The Wallkill Mighty Mites peewee football team tried to run through a banner before a game, but they ran into a problem.
Christiane Amanpour sits down with Secretary of State John Kerry, who is in New York for a U.N. General Assembly meeting.
London's Blackfriars Bridge is uniquely both a railway station as well as a bridge andgenerates some of its own power.
U.S. triple-jump star Christian Taylor won gold at London 2012 and then had to overcome career-threatening injuries.
Kista Franco was stranded on a Texas mountainside for more than a day; authorities say rain and fog prevented an airlift.
The wife of ISIS hostage Alan Henning says she received an audio recording of her husband pleading for his life.
Sir Richard Branson tells Erin Burnett about why he thinks his company's new vacation policy will work
As the Jewish New Year approaches, CNN's Ian Lee finds out how a shofar is made.
Kristie Lu Stout and her panel of experts take a look at the obstacles for making exceptional wine.
Kristie Lu Stout and her team of experts examine the changing demands for wine varietals and vintages in China.
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout and her team of experts look into why the Chinese consumer drinks wine.
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