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A tall plume of black smoke rose above Tokyo's Haneda Airport Monday, after a nearby steel plant caught fire.
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CNN's Arwa Damon reports on the latest, short-term solution to what's being described as Europe's worst migrant crisis since World War II.
Army tanks roll through the streets of Lebanon's capital after anti-government protests turned violent for a second day. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
A growing number of women in the U.S. are becoming surrogates for wealthy Chinese couples who can't have children of their own. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
Lebanese army units were deployed Sunday in central Beirut following violent street protests over garbage going uncollected. Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Hours after giving birth to a cub, giant panda Mei Xiang delivered a second one Saturday night, the Smithsonian's National Zoo announced.
Three Americans vacationing in Europe become heroes, we explain the likely factors behind a U.S. stock market drop, and parts of California are sinking.
Former President Jimmy Carter taught Sunday school in Plains, Georgia, on Sunday despite recently beginning treatment to fight his cancer diagnosis.
Lebanese security forces are clashing with protests in the streets of Beirut. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh has more.
Obama spent hours on end golfing on vacation. Jim Acosta reports on why the links are the only place Obama can ever escape the confines of the presidency.
The leader of a PAC supporting Jeb Bush says the Bush camp is not worried about the threat of Donald Trump.
Republican candidates took stances on birthright citizenship and debated the appropriateness of the term "anchor baby" this week.
When asked if she wiped her email server Hillary Clinton jokingly responded "with a cloth?" The State of the Union panel discusses the scandal.
CNN learned that Vice President Joe Biden had a meeting with Sen. Elizabeth Warren. The State of the Union panel discusses 2016 prospects for the pair.
John King empties his notebook about GOP nominee Rand Paul.
Ashley Parker of The New York Times empty's her notebook about what Mitt Romney may be up to during this 2016 presidential race.
Molly Ball, Ed O'Keefe, Ashley Parker, Steve Inskeep and John King discuss their notebooks about the political news of the week.
Molly Ball, Ed O'Keefe, Ashley Parker, Steve Inskeep and John King talk about Donald Trump's rally in Alabama, and more on the "anchor baby" debate.
The U.S. ambassador to France, Jane Hartley, said the three Americans who subdued a gunman on a train in Europe are heroes.
Molly Ball, Ed O'Keefe, Ashley Parker, Steve Inskeep and John King discuss Vice President Joe Biden's private meeting with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
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