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Charla Nash, disfigured by her boss' pet chimp in 2009, is in Washington to support the Captive Primates Safety Act.
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Internet posts, which police believe were written by Justin Ross Harris, are now being revealed in the investigation.
Neighbors were shocked to hear gunshots as a man opened fire at a Houston home, killing six people, four of them children.
Republicans outline strategy to sue the President over his healthcare law. They charge he violated the constitution.
Almost half a million Ukrainians have fled to Russia to avoid the violence in their home country. Phil Black reports.
Nick Parker reports on minors who are attempting the illegal border crossing into the U.S. on their own.
ISIS is using intimidating propaganda to attract new recruits in not only Mosul, but the western world as well.
A good Samaritan pulls over to aid a stranded motorist only to be greeted by a 20 pound snake in the car's engine.
Court documents reveal shocking allegations in the case of the missing Detroit boy found in his father's basement.
Stephanie Elam reports that neighbors vow to drive a man known as the "Pillowcase Rapist" from his court assigned home.
OWWWWWW! Dad shoots curbside birth of his son on a GoPro. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports he also catches the baby.
Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar and documentary filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas discuss the crisis at the border.
Anderson Cooper looks a comments made by President Obama and Governor Perry after their meeting on immigration.
Karl Penhaul gets a first hand look at the dangers of a train immigrants use to try to approach the U.S. border.
CNN's Gary Tuchman shows how easy it is to illegally cross into Mexico from Guatemala and journey on to the U.S.
Police in Georgia are investigating whether Alix Tichelman may be involved in a similar case involving a drug overdose.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) about the escalating border crisis.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Santa Cruz Deputy Police Chief Steve Cruz about the Google executive murder case.
Beatlemania turns 50! The photographer who traveled with the band shares his personal behind-the-scene photos.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Roy Hallums about a photo showing Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl smiling with a Taliban leader.
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