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CNN's Gloria Borger and Dana Bash discuss whether or not Mitt Romney will run for President in 2016.
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Protests in Hong Kong turn ugly again as protesters surround riot police inside a tunnel.
Anna Stoehr had to lie about her age to get on Facebook days before her 114th birthday. CNN affiliate KARE reports.
Along with financial pledges, some nations appear ready to unilaterally recognize a Palestinian state.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest responds to a question about the administration's handling of the Ebola and ISIS crises.
The search for Morgan Harrington's killer continues. Her Mom says Morgan's death was brutal enough to break bones.
The parents of murdered Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington speak to HLN's Nancy Grace.
The parents of missing VA Tech student Morgan Harrington claim she was taken from a Metallica concert on Oct. 17.
Morgan Harrington's missing persons case is now a criminal investigation. HLN's Mike Galanos talks with her parents.
Police tentatively identify remains found on a farm as a Virginia Tech student who disappeared in October.
Bank analyst Christopher Whalen says U.S. bank earnings will be about flat revenues and keeping expenses under control.
A young boy who had cancer asked the Make-A-Wish foundation to donate money to help improve a park for other children.
Untold stories from beneath the rubble. San Francisco Shaken: 25 Years After The Quake. Tues 10/14 9ET/PT
Charlie, who is 8 years old, nailed Patrick Swayze's "Dirty Dancing" moves in this adorable video.
Watch these drones race at high-speed inside a forest.
Atika Shubert speaks to last year's Nobel Peace Laureat OPCW about this year's winners.
CNN's Marketplace Africa visits a leather glove manufacturer in Ethiopia where high-quality leather is exported.
National Iranian American Council's Reza Marashi says a nuclear deal will pave the way for a new era in relations between Iran and the West.
Evan Narcisse, a writer for Kotaku.com, says threats to a female game developer is a sign of gaming's culture war.
British entrepreneur Jo Malone, talks to CNN about building her successful fragrance line and selling it to Estée Lauder.
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