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In June 1950, North Korea invades South Korea putting increasing tension between the U.N. and the Soviet Union.
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Watch Bigbird the pelican as he learns to fly for the first time.
CNN's Maggie Lake talks to "Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker about her new shoe line, The SJP Collection.
Michael McFaul, the outgoing U.S. Ambassador to Russia, says that the situation in Ukraine is very dangerous and tense.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks with Christiane Amanpour about climate change deniers.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson tells Christiane Amanpour that science and math are the engines of tomorrow's economy.
More than 100 ring leaders in a "Wolf of Wall Street" scam have been busted in a global police raid.
Fort Lee is releasing 911 audio from last September's traffic jam with ties to Gov. Christie's administration.
An Arizona state representative is under fire for jokes he made about race and religion during a roast of Sheriff Arpaio.
Blackphone co-founder Jon Callas explains how his smartphone places privacy in the hands of its user. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.
CNN's Michaela Pereira brings you a look at the money studios and designers spend on Oscar nominees.
In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a trash collector finds and honors a lost American flag.
Experts Joseph Kapsch and Pete Hammond give their Oscar predictions before Sunday's award show.
Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych says he was not overthrown, but fled to Russia under threat to his life.
BlackBerry boss John Chen on the company's new smartphone which is expected to launch this fall.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford dares the police chief to arrest him. Ford says the chief wasted money keeping an eye on him.
New 911 calls from George Washington bridge lane closures are expected to be released today.
CNNi spoke to Muslim Council of Britain spokesman Talha Ahmad about Muslim communities' response to sentencing.
CNN's Nischelle Turner goes one-on-one with actor Matthew McConaughey.
Armed men take control of airports in the pro-Russian region of Crimea, but it's not clear who they are, as Diana Magnay reports.