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San Francisco-based apparel brand American Giant is keeping all clothing production at home. CNN's Jonathan Mann reports.
Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi jointly accept the Nobel Peace Prize.
Angelina Jolie tells CNN about directing the World War II film "Unbroken."
Global Affairs Analyst Bobby Ghosh explains how Ashton Carter will have to deal with ISIS as the Defense Secretary.
CNN's John Defterios explores Vienna's $5 million main rail station which connects Austria to the rest of Europe.
President Obama comments on a Senate report detailing CIA terror interrogation tactics, saying the agency was wrong.
CNN's Mallika Kapur looks at how cheap oil is cutting the deficit and helping growth in India.
A stubborn nor'easter will be sticking around for the next few days while the west coast faces it's worst storm in years.
The graceful Mary Ann Mobley tells CNN back in 1981 how Miss America has evolved.
The Senate's report on CIA interrogation techniques after 9/11 reveal terrorist detainees endured horrible punishments.
A hospital in China is hooking men up to a labor pain simulator that surges electrical currents to mimic childbirth.
Christmas came early for one student when his father, who was stationed in Afghanistan, surprised him at school.
19-year-old Jessica Chambers was found badly burned on a rural Mississippi road. WMC reports.
Judge rules prosecutors can appeal Oscar Pistorius' culpable homicide conviction.
A seven year old boy who has a brain tumor that left him legally blind is defying the odds. WQOW reports.
The U.S. military has released a video showing what it took to recover the Orion space capsule.
Nearly two years after their daughter's death in Qatar and their conviction, the Huangs are finally home in the U.S.
AC360 looks at the historic and legal repercussions of the Senate's report on CIA torture after 9/11.
Barbara Starr breaks down the grisly details laid out in the Senate's report on CIA torture.
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