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It will be more expensive to attend a wedding this year. So how can you celebrate and save at the same time?
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Digital etiquette for wedding guests & the happy couple. Karin Caifa gets expert tips.
Nick Glass travels to Paris to meet the inventor of a new kind of plastic that can heal itself
Traveling to Atlanta for work? Holly Firfer has some tips on how to get your work done and experience the city's charm at the same time.
Surfers in Huntington Beach, California set a new record for most people on one surfboard.
Rania Salah Seddik, Founder of GebRaa talks with Becky Anderson in Cairo
H.A Hellyer, Arab affairs specialist at Brookings Institution, talks with Becky Anderson in Cairo
Pope Francis makes his appeal to the world on climate change. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.
Many in the international community hope that the world will become more aware of Azerbaijan's political prisoners. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
A woman and a child were killed when Taliban militants staged an attack near the Afghan parliament as lawmakers were about to vote on a new defense minister.
Jott CEO and Co-founder Jared Allgood explains how the Jott messaging app makes it possible to send texts without a signal.
Manhattan Venture Partners Chief Economist Max Wolff discusses how long tech stocks can stay at their current level.
Former White House executive chef Walter Scheib was found dead more than a week after going missing from a hike near Taos, New Mexico.
African Voices meets students at the Namibian Institute of Culinary Education.
Ritch Allison, the president of Domino's International, on the company's expansion into Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya. CNN's Zain Asher reports.
Spiro Sovereign Strategy Managing Director Nicholas Spiro provides his thoughts on the emergency Greek summit.
Gina McCarthy, administrator with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, speaks out about climate change.
In today's "Good Stuff," we honor CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota.
Nicholas Thompson tells Kristie Lu Stout how Taylor Swift managed to get the world's most valuable company to pay artists during Apple Music's free trial
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