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Author Mike Lupica talks about his new book.
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Ray Rice appeals his indefinite suspension and is expected to try and discredit the video that sunk him.
John King highlights a moment on the "campaign trail" that's drawing cheers from LSU fans everywhere.
John King, Jackie Kucinich and Olivier Knox weigh in on the races to watch for the 2014 midterms.
John King, Jackie Kucinich and Olivier Knox on the CNN interview with former President Bill Clinton.
John King, Jackie Kucinich & Olivier Knox on what the baby may mean for the future of politics (or political speeches).
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports from Monrovia, Liberia, the epicenter of the Ebola outbreak, and finds desperate scenes.
CNN's Robyn Curnow explores the important role Port Elizabeth plays in the country's automobile industry.
Yahoo will soon get a windfall from its stake in Alibaba. What will it do with the cash? CNN's Samuel Burke reports.
New CNN/ORC poll showing just a 1-point difference between the candidates. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
An Iraq War veteran sprinted across the White House lawn and made it inside within seconds before being caught.
Up to 70,000 Syrian Kurds flee ISIS and seek refuge in Turkey. CNN's Anna Coren has more.
A woman turned herself in after being caught on camera steeling a statue from a grave site. WTNH reports.
Texas Governor Rick Perry invokes Joan Rivers' death to defend a controversial abortion bill he signed last year.
Police believe Jesse Matthew was the last person who saw missing UVA student Hannah Graham before she vanished.
Democrats are running ads on social issues like abortion. Are they the issues on voters' radar in this election?
CNN's John Vause speaks with journalist Bette Dam about how Afghanistan's new unity government may work.
Residents of Rochester Hills, Michigan, were woken up when a tornado uprooted trees and sent debris flying. WDIV reports.
CNN affiliate KXTV reports firefighters are slowing the spread of California's King Fire.
While Moscow denies any involvement in Ukraine's crisis, thousands of protesters voiced their mistrust of the Kremlin.
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