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Randi Kaye discusses her investigation into the murder of the McStay family, including her interview with "Chase" Merritt
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The clinic where Joan Rivers was treated is accused of making several mistakes before her death. Jean Casarez reports.
CNN investigates a scam where thieves use stolen credit cards to grab and re-sell huge amounts of gas right from the pump.
A Colorado man is charged in the fatal fall of his second wife, now authorities are looking into the death of his first.
Obama chewed out for gum chewing, Putin gets flak for "flirting." CNN's Jeanne Moos chews over summit gaffes.
New audio reveal ISIS gaining support among Egyptian militants. How far does their reach extend? Jim Sciutto reports.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains this type of dementia, after Robin Williams' autopsy report concludes he had the disease.
Two parents were married in the intensive care unit at the hospital near their son who was born almost four months early.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon vows to keep peace in Ferguson as the grand jury announcement on Darren Wilson's case nears.
Wolf Blitzer talks to Daniel Baer, U.S. Amb. to Org. for Sec. & Cooperation in Europe about the recent violence in the region.
CNN's Barbara Starr details Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's efforts to help give some Vietnam veterans a second chance.
Do Americans actually know what they are voting for? Fareed looks at a new study that shows perception may not align with reality.
"Ebola Czar" Ron Klain joined The Lead to discuss the ongoing fight against the virus, and address a scare in New Zealand.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on the collapsing ceasefire between Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists.
CNN's Amara Walker speaks to Arina Grossu from the Center for Human Dignity about what happens at sterilization camps.
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" premiere, Billboard honors women in music, and going into Taylor Swift's new video
Bill Cosby's online meme campaign on Twitter backfired, referencing his sexual assault accusations from the past.
Richard Quest looks at how WWI gave the zipper its first market, and meets a man who has spent over 70 years selling them.
Arwa Damon reports for "The Lead" live from Turkey on the latest propaganda from ISIS.
Gary Tuchman reports live from Billings, Montana on the forthcoming arctic blast.
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