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Al Pacino has a new movie, but as CNN's Karl Penhaul found out, his fans still yearn for his famous line from "Scarface."
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HLN's Dr. Drew Pinsky says parenting experts agree that you should not spank your children.
Tanzanian entrepreneur Michael Shirima talks about his childhood and passion for aviation.
NASA Project Manager Niki Werkheiser explains why the International Space Station is getting a 3-D printer.
GE Africa's President and CEO Jay Ireland on how the company continues to maintain a strong presence on the continent.
MAVEN has arrived in Mars's orbit after traveling 442 million miles in the course of 10 months to get there.
British politician and author Alan Johnson on reading "Possession" by A. S. Byatt.
The racially charged "loud music" case, where the suspect is white and the teen who died is black, goes on trial again.
Alan Henning's friend makes a plea to ISIS saying, "as your sister in Islam," please spare the life of this innocent man.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback DeShawn Shead proposed to his girlfriend at midfield after his team beat the Denver Broncos.
A Kentucky firefighter has died after participating in an ALS ice bucket challenge that went horribly wrong.
CNN's Shasta Darlington looks at public transportation in the Brazilian city of Curitiba.
A man is heard speaking English in an ISIS video. Officials think he could be an American. Barbara Starr reports.
Author Mike Lupica talks about his new book.
Ray Rice appeals his indefinite suspension and is expected to try and discredit the video that sunk him.
John King highlights a moment on the "campaign trail" that's drawing cheers from LSU fans everywhere.
John King, Jackie Kucinich and Olivier Knox weigh in on the races to watch for the 2014 midterms.
John King, Jackie Kucinich and Olivier Knox on the CNN interview with former President Bill Clinton.
John King, Jackie Kucinich & Olivier Knox on what the baby may mean for the future of politics (or political speeches).
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports from Monrovia, Liberia, the epicenter of the Ebola outbreak, and finds desperate scenes.
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