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India has the most child laborers in the world. Kailash Satyarthi has devoted his life to fighting that distinction.
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Press Secretary Josh Earnest comments on the findings of a Senate report on Bush-era CIA interrogation techniques.
Can Pakistan's Swat Valley, where Malala grew up, overcome its challenges and give girls the education they deserve?
A woman gave birth aboard a Southwest Airlines flight in midair, according to Southwest officials.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour profiles the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Laureates, Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi.
Palestinian Authority official Ziyad Abu Ein died after taking part in a confrontation with the Israeli military.
Don Lemon talks to geologist Vincent Santucci about the story behind the film "Dinosaur 13" airing on CNN.
Unearthing the largest T-Rex skeleton ever found: CNN Films' "Dinosaur 13" airs Thursday, Dec. 11 at 9p ET.
A lost sheep wearing a Christmas sweater was found by his owner after a photo of the sheep went viral.
James Mitchell, reported "architect" of CIA interrogation program, tells CNN's Chris Frates it's a partisan pile of bull.
A new website tracks the flu virus by location in an effort to try to prevent infection.
CNN's Amanda Davies explores how safety in formula one has progressed since the sport began in the 1950s.
Time magazine's Siobhan O'Connor explains why Ebola fighters were named the 2014 "Person of the Year."
The actress was going through her own difficult time while starting work on the new film she directed, "Unbroken."
85 orthopedic surgeons provide free knee and hip surgeries to people in desperate need. Visit www.opwalkusa.com to help.
Matthew and Grace Huang speak about their international ordeal that began with the death of their daughter in Qatar.
New York Democratic Rep. Hakeem Jeffries is visiting the site of Garner's death for the first time when Garner's mother arrives.
A 67-year-old missing fisherman has been found after being lost at sea for 12 days.
Many are wondering why the CIA's harsh interrogation practices continued if they weren't actually working.
Time magazine has named the Ebola fighters its 2014 "Person of the Year."
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