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With no hope of resupply or reinforcement, Kurdish fighters have no hope of defeating ISIS. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
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North Korean government news agency says Leader Kim Jong Un has made first public appearance in over a month.
Monday marks one month since the day that UVA student Hannah Graham was last seen near Charlottesville, Virginia.
Wolf Blitzer asks Dr. Anthony Fauci if the Texas nurse infected with Ebola should receive experimental medicine.
Vongfong storms over Japan, counter-protests take place in Hong Kong, a mystery surrounds North Korea's leader, and a drone aims incredibly high.
CNN's Elizabth Cohen reports.
Seattle's city council voted unanimous to replace Columbus Day name with Indigenous People's Day. Affiliate KING reports.
The FBI is warning cops and journalists could be targets of lone wolf terrorist attacks. CNN's Pamela Brown reports.
Former Dallas HHS official Dr. John Carlo and Penn State's Gavin MacGregor-Skinner discuss on CNN.
CNN pays a visit to New York Comic Con and asks geeks themselves why geek culture is enjoying such a meteoric rise.
CNN's Isha Sesay speaks to Dr. Melvin Korkor about his experience fighting, and surviving, the deadly Ebola virus.
If you're having trouble with math, try dancing. That's the strategy of an after-school program.
How important was the Fiat 500 to saving U.S. automaker Chrysler? CNN's Richard Quest reports.
The new Vatican tone means "gays and lesbians are going to feel a lot more welcome," says Father James Martin.
Chief Sam Dotson says that while protests in St. Louis are largely peaceful, some individuals have put police on edge.
Una campaña en EE.UU. para apoyar y promover cambios en la isla
A new video reveals how ISIS fighters are trained. CNN's Brian Todd reports on how the group became a formidable force.
ISIS now controls 80% of Anbar province, and is getting close to the Baghdad airport. Barbara Starr reports.
Government is failing to prep us for Ebola threat, says Zenei Cortez, vice president of National Nurses United.
Richard Quest asked Bank of England Governor Mark Carney what questions he hoped a bank crisis simulation would answer.
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