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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell talks about the TMZ video showing Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee in an elevator.
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Factory Berlin hosts emerging start-ups to work alongside more established companies like Twitter and SoundCloud. CNN's Isa Soares reports.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says 70 percent of Russian troops have withdrawn from Ukrainian territory.
CNN's Atika Shubert looks at the appeal for women to join ISIS.
Relief efforts in India and Pakistan hampered by destroyed infrastructure. CNN's Ravi Agrawal reports.
Lisa Beamer's husband died on 9/11. Lisa Jefferson prayed with him over the phone as his plane crashed in Pennsylvania.
Jay Jonas is interviewed on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. He helped evacuate the South Tower.
CNN's Susan Candiotti digs into why NYC bridges remain hot terror targets at hands of lone wolves or terror groups.
Robin Givens,ex-wife of boxer Mike Tyson, talks about what it was like being married to an abuser.
Rick Reilly offers his reaction to the NFL's Ray Rice ruling, in the process recalling some painful personal memories
George Howell reports on the outrage after a judge is accused of beating his wife and ends up in a diversion program.
Anderson speaks with the New Yorker's David Remnick about President Obama comparing ISIS to a 'JV' team.
Former NFL star Clinton Portis talks about the Ray Rice he knew and whether he should be reinstated to the NFL.
CNN's Christi Paul describes her experience in an abusive relationship and reacts to the video of Ray Rice.
Rachel Nichols talks about Ray Rice's response to her via text and the NFL's claim that they never saw the video.
CNN's Carol Costello discusses the Ray Rice case and opens up about her experience as a victim of domestic abuse.
Sports Illustrated's Peter King talks to Anderson about the fallout from the Ray Rice case for NFL commissioner Goodell.
ESPN NFL Insider Louis Riddick breaks down the NFL's investigation of Ray Rice.
The Canadian government estimates 130 citizens have already joined terrorist groups overseas. Drew Griffin investigates.
Stephen A. Smith on Ray Rice footage: "If you're the NFL, and you didn't see that video, it's because you didn't want to"
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