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Bentley Motors CEO Wolfgang Durheimer previews the automaker's latest luxury models and discusses challenges in China.
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A convicted 9/11 terrorist claims a handful of Saudi royals were involved in a plot to assassinate the Clintons.
Geoffrey Lardy straps into water-powered jetpacks to show off the capabilities of these aquatic machines.
Dana Bash reports on the scramble for votes in favor of the Keystone pipeline and the subtle slams aimed at the President.
Speaker Boehner (R-OH) says that if Pres. Obama vetoed the Keystone Pipeline, he would be calling Americans 'stupid.'
Jesper Koll of JP Morgan discusses whether investors still have confidence in "Abenomics."
The NFL has suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson for the remainder of the season without pay.
Graphic video shows the aftermath of the killing of four rabbis in Jerusalem. Viewer discretion is advised.
CNN's Deborah Feyerick reports on a woman who the FBI officials say may have worked as an ISIS recruiter.
Dick Cavett joins CNN to talk about his new book, "Brief Encounters."
Anchor wears SAME suit for a whole year. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports that smelling good isn't his strong suit.
Four worshipers were killed after a synagogue attack in Jerusalem, police said. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says age won't affect his decision whether or not to run for president.
Governor Jay Nixon activated the National Guard in anticipation of increased unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
College students got nearly $239 billion in aid last year. Many have a hard time paying loans off, so is it worth it?
From "Nooice" to "Armenian conveyor belt," Key and Peele are modern-day wordsmiths.
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Kevin Bales, author of the 2014 Global Slavery Index speaks to CNN about the problem of modern day slavery.
Anderson Cooper looks at how America handles hostage situations after the Obama administration rethinks its strategy.
CNN's David Mattingly talks to a gun range owner about why he believes selling guns and alcohol makes good business sense.
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