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Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov says the gunmen surrounding an airport in the Crimea region are Russian forces.
CNN's Kate Bolduan takes a look at the top news stories that you need to know.
Protesters lambast Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan over phone recordings. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden show make a workout video for the First Lady's "Let's Move" campaign.
Former NFL star Darren Sharper faces rape charges in two states.
Nic Robertson reports on a movement that calls for the boycott of companies out of Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
Rugby legend Jonah Lomu on what makes the country such a powerhouse at the sport.
With separatist tensions rising and economy on the slide, Phil Black discusses the challenges that lie ahead for the Ukraine.
CNN's Nick Glass meets a scientist who hopes to cure all ailments using spider silk, starting with our knees.
Leone Lakhani meets the Middle East's answer to the Kardashian sisters.
A sculpture of Jesus as a homeless man installed outside a church causing some controversy, as WCNC's Tony Burbank reports.
Nick Parker gets rare access inside the former safe house of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman.
Family remembers Reeva Steenkamp as Oscar Pistorius' trial nears. CNN's Robyn Curnow reports.
A Mississippi man wakes up in a body bag at a funeral home. WAPT's Tammy Estwick has the story.
9-yr-old Asean Johnson speaks out against Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's school shutdown proposal. See Chicagoland on 3/6
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy says the city's gun violence is bad but getting better. Watch 3/6 at 10p ET
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel proposes to close some schools and is under pressure not to do so. Chicagoland premieres 3/6
Michael Skolnik and Bernard Shaw discusses reaction to President Obama's initiative for young men of color.
Judge Glenda Hatchett discusses President Obama's initiative for young men of color.