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Victims of brutal acid attacks pose for a charity photo shoot. CNN's Samnima Udas reports.
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Tuesday night protests in Ferguson suddenly intensified. CNN's Steve Kastenbaum and Stephanie Elam were there.
Daryl Parks, attorney for Michael Brown's family, says Brown may have had "some situations" as a juvenile.
CNN's George Howell reports on the federal and state investigations into the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
In 2001, Alastair Humphreys jumped on his bike in England and didn't return for four years.
Another patient is being tested in the United States for possible Ebola exposure, but this time, in California.
The mother of a young black male explains how she has had "the talk" with her son, advising him how to deal with police
Conan shows off actress Jessica Alba's sexy "Sin City 2" action figure.
Capt. Ron Johnson said there were no shots fired and no tear gas used in protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
CNN's Amara Walker reports thousands of Ukrainians are crossing into Russia to flee the fighting in their country.
When tensions escalate between police and protestors, Stephanie Elam reports on civilians seeking to calm both sides.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh talks to survivors of an alleged ISIS massacre in the Yazidi village of Kojo..
Don Lemon talks to Van Jones, on the ground in Ferguson, about how underlying racial biases hinder change.
Mosul Dam is recaptured from ISIS, but the militants remain nearby. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
Host Don Lemon leads a conversation about the challenges associated with openly discussing race
Joe Johns looks at a federal program that provides heavy equipment to police forces like Ferguson.
Anderson Cooper speaks with two members of the clergy who are protesting in Ferguson but also working to keep the peace.
Anderson speaks to Michael Brown's family attorney Benjamin Crump about the upcoming grand jury hearing.
CNN's Nischelle Turner examines the different ways in which black and white people look at race in America.
Erin Burnett speaks with Michael Bell, his son was shot and killed by Wisconsin police about the case in Ferguson.
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