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YouTube Star Michelle Phan teaches Roy Choi how to put on makeup.
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How far would you go to create the perfect baby? Lisa Ling previews the next episode of "This Is Life".
How far is the Peshmerga prepared to go to fight ISIS? Barham Salih tells Fareed the scope of Kurdish forces' involvement.
Dr. Ivan Walks and Ben Ferguson discuss a U.S. general's warning of ebola coming over southern border.
The U.S. economy is looking up, so why do Americans still feel down? Fareed digs into the data.
CNN's Dana Bash reports that Senate candidates have little room for error this close to election day.
Andy Waller, whose son died from enterovirus D68, talks to Anderson Cooper about a foundation started in his son's honor.
Mike Rowe talks to people who dedicate their lives to saving the endangered whooping crane bird from extinction. Wed. 9p
Kurdish politician Barham Salih tells Fareed that U.S. airstrikes have slowed down ISIS, but they cannot defeat ISIS.
Vonderrit Myers' parents talk to Jason Carroll about an officer involved shooting that resulted in their son's death.
Police say a man hid inside a Family Dollar in an attempt to steal from the store. CNN affiliate KHOU reports.
U.S. officials believe ISIS is close to controlling all of Kobani, Syria, and is encroaching on Baghdad airport in Iraq.
After Bill Maher's anti-Islam diatribe, Fareed looks at the "cancer of extremism" within Islam today.
On GPS, Steven Johnson explains the unintended spillover of innovations, like how AC shifted the U.S. electoral landscape.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks to the nephew of Thomas Eric Duncan about his uncle's death from the Ebola virus.
Mike D of the Beastie Boys may be a New Yorker by birth, but he's fallen in love with California.
Jon Favreau and Roy talk "The Jungle Book," BBQ and how to tell a good joke
There's a new star on the Walk of Fame, Leighton Meester is a songstress, and Tyson Beckford has some love advice.
Sage Vaughn's paintings sell for tens of thousands of dollars, but he got his start doing graffiti.
These two Korean-American musicians talk race and gender in the music business.
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