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U.S. air support critical to Kurdish defense forces. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
Anderson Cooper speaks with the Guardian's Martin Chulov, who is near the frontlines in Irbil as the battle with ISIS rages.
More than one hundred additional mlitary advisors will be sent to Iraq, Pentagon sources confirm to CNN's Barbara Starr.
Microsoft's $25 phone, the Nokia 130, boasts 13 hours of talk time but not a lot else. Samuel Burke reports.
As the U.S is sending more advisers to Iraq, CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on the concerns of "mision creep."
Co-counsel for family of Missouri teen killed by police responds to Obama's comments on the shooting.
Flowing skirts, crop tops, flower crowns: Today's most popular festival looks come straight from our parents' closets.
Space.com's Dave Brody: Europe's comet-chasing space mission is well worth 1.3 billion euros
CNN's Jake Tapper looks at the special relationship between actor Robin Williams and the U.S. armed forces.
CNN's Pamela Brown reports why police are not releasing the name of the officer who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Will Geddes joined Quest Means Business as analysts worry about further disruption to oil facilities in Iraq.
President Barack Obama called criticism of his policy in Syria "horses**t," reports The Daily Beast's Josh Rogin.
What did Robin Williams mean to the city of San Francisco? And what was going on with the comedian, career-wise?
Manpower Group CEO Jonas Prising discusses the lowest level of investor confidence in Germany in over two years.
Human Rights Watch has people on the ground in Iraq, seeing "all kinds of atrocities" being carried out by ISIS.
ISW's Jessica Lewis says Iraqi-led ground offensive strategy is required to defeat ISIS.
The chief of staff to the President of the Kurdish Regional Authority says more weapons are needed to defeat ISIS.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses addiction and says a genetic predisposition may have led Robin Williams to commit suicide.
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