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Highlights of today's closing arguments in the trial of Oscar Pistorius. The verdict will be rendered on September 11.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says President Obama waited too long to take military action in Iraq.
Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby says airstrikes in Iraq are meant to protect U.S. personnel and help Iraqis.
As Shark Week begins, CNN's Lisa France explains why everyone is completely obsessed.
Jim Sumner, president of the U.S. Poultry and Egg Export Council, speaks on how sanctions could affect his industry.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports from an unfinished church where hundreds of displaced Iraqis are hiding from ISIS.
CNN's Paula Hancocks explains the impact Israel's blockade of Gaza is having and why Israel is reluctant to lift it.
A 16-year-old is replacing a 5-year-old as the mayor of Dorset, Minnesota. WCCO reports.
Nick Davies, the reporter who broke the phone hacking scandal, speaks about his new book, "Hack Attack."
Appointed Sen. John Walsh (D-Montana) decided to drop from his state's Senate race amid plagiarism allegations.
See Tropical Storm Iselle hit Hilo, Hawaii.
How will college athletics change after the NCAA approves for the five power conferences to write their own rules?
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says ISIS "campaign of terror shows all the warning signs of genocide."
U.S. military aircraft have conducted a strike on ISIS artillery that had been used near Irbil, Iraq, the Pentagon says.
Indra Petersons updates the impacts in Hawaii from Tropical Storm Iselle
A family says a Florida church canceled their son's funeral service because the church found out he was gay.
John King, Maeve Reston & Maggie Haberman on the 40th anniversary of Nixon's resignation & general mistrust of the govt.
John King, Maeve Reston and Maggie Haberman weigh in on the results of the Tenn. primary and Walsh dropping out in Mont.
John King, Maeve Reston and Maggie Haberman discuss Obama's authorization of air strikes on Iraq.
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