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CNN's Soni Methu visits Malawi's only wildlife sanctuary for orphaned and injured wild animals.
Inside Africa visits the Kasungu National Park where orphaned and injured animals are released.
CNN's Soni Methu looks at how Malawian students are learning about wildlife preservation.
UN Secretary-General's Special Representative to Libya, Bernardino Leon, says rival groups need to start talking to each other.
Three Afghan National Army soldiers in Massachusetts for training are missing after a trip to a mall, officials say.
A woman smashed the window of a stranger's car to rescue a baby from the heat.
A meeting between Iran and Saudi Arabia in New York may signal a united front in the fight against ISIS.
Precision Air founder Michael Shirima explains why he built an orphanage in honor of his late father.
Defense stocks often do well during times of conflict. Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and others have outperformed the broader market lately. And they look like safe bets regardless of what's next with ISIS.
One man takes paying it forward to a new level by treating dozens of customers at a fast food restaurant to a surprise.
Cristina Mutchler introduces us to apps that can help save you money while on the road.
A Texas high school running back gives quite a spirited motivational speech after a team win.
Comedy Central's "South Park" ran an ad mocking the Washington Redskins during FOX's NFL broadcast.
Terence Moore and Martha Pease join Ana Cabrera in discussing how the NFL can rebuild its brand.
Michael Shirima is the founder of Precision Air, Tanzania's largest privately owned airline.
Al Pacino has a new movie, but as CNN's Karl Penhaul found out, his fans still yearn for his famous line from "Scarface."
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.
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