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A White House spokesperson releases a statement reacting to the purported beheading of an American journalist by ISIS.
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Scientists issue a warning about a volcano in Iceland, heavy flooding takes a toll on India and Nepal, and a CNN Hero keeps troops and pets together.
ISIS posted a video in which it beheads a man they claim is James Foley -- a U.S. journalist kidnapped in Syria.
Echoing calls from Michael Brown's mother, the family's lawyer says the violence in Ferguson needs to stop.
Community organizers say they will march again in Ferguson tonight, and are asking officials to give them space.
CNN's Elise Labott breaks down how the reconstruction of Gaza is the key to preventing a repeat of the conflict.
A cheetah cub and a female puppy played during a training session at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry gave a statement before appearing at the Travis County Court to be fingerprinted and booked.
The rumors about Beyonce and Jay-Z are getting crazier every day. For more go to funnyordie.com.
CNN's Atika Shubert speaks to Israeli spokesman Mark Regev about the challenges being faced in Gaza peace-talks.
Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, weighs in on the crisis in Ferguson, and on his plan to address poverty in the U.S.
Some experts say the the police tactics used during the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, were disjointed. Brian Todd reports.
Ferguson Mayor James Knowles calls for residents to refrain from marching and protesting, for a night to "cool off."
Protests with tear gas and gunfire continue in Ferguson, Missouri, after Michael Brown was shot by a police officer.
CNN's Richard Quest explains the do's and don'ts of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge before he gets wet for a good cause.
Brooke Baldwin discusses police issues facing the country with NewYorker.com's Jelani Cobb and Dallas DA Craig Watkins.
Jean Casarez explains the legal complications of the investigation into Michael Brown's death.
Democratic State Rep. Jeff Roorda, business manger for the St. Louis Police Officers Association, on CNN.
The host of CNN's "Quest Means Business" gets soaked after accepting the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Carnival CEO Arnold Donald.
Rescuers in Phoenix attempt to retrieve residents trapped in their homes in the midst of a flash flood.
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