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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry extended his stay in Afghanistan as he tries to end an election crisis.
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CNN's Becky Anderson interviews Yishai Fraenkel, the uncle of one of the three murdered Israeli teens in Jerusalem.
CNN's Becky Anderson sits down with the mother of Mohammed Abu Khdeir, the Palestinian boy who was brutally murdered.
San Francisco Police Officer Chris Kohrs, also known as "Hot Cop of Castro," has become an internet heartthrob.
Cleveland's love / hate relationship with LeBron James enters a new chapter with the superstar's homecoming.
CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden is "working around the clock" to resolve issues after the CDC mishandled anthrax samples.
The Division of Wildlife Resources keeps Utah's lakes stocked with native fish, and some lakes are very hard to reach.
John Walsh explains to Anderson Cooper why he decided to 'saddle back up' to begin a new hunt for fugitives.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Susan Sarandon and Sister Helen Prejean about their fight against the death penalty.
A Florida teen talks about the moment a shark clamped down on his foot while surfing. Affiliate WESH reports.
GPS goes to Denver, where innovation in education is allowing students to start college early ... at NO cost to them.
Carl Bildt discusses parallels between the invasions of Crimea and Kuwait. But will the intl response be the same?
On GPS, Bret Stephens says big ideas for solutions to the conflict have been "well-explored" with no success.
Anderson discusses the implications of an Israeli ground invasion of Gaza with George Mitchell.
A French bank will pay a $9B fine to the U.S. Fareed explains the U.S.'s economic nuke: control of the reserve currency.
Tom Foreman looks at how Israel is able to safely knock rockets from Gaza out of the sky.
CNN's Anderson Cooper profiles John Walsh and explains how he began his crusade against crime.
Pulitzer Prize winning author Sonia Nazario discusses the violence driving a flood of children to the U.S. border.
Anderson Cooper speaks with former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa about the politics of the immigration crisis.
Obama wants to aid the Syrian rebels. But history suggests this may not be able to change a crisis decades in the making.
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