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Speaking to the medical device industry, Hillary Clinton wouldn't say if she supports Obamacare's medical device tax.
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After years of coming so close to winning the Mini Maxi World Championships, could Alegre cross the line in first?
Japanese restaurateur Marie Udono travels to Kobe, Japan, to try the local sake produced with mountain spring water.
After an Ebola patient's dog was euthanized, Dr. Amesh Adalja weighs in on whether the disease can be passed by pets.
Mainsail's Shirley Robertson meets Sir Peter Ogden, the owner of Mini Maxi yacht Jethou.
CNN's Nina Dos Santos talks with former Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti about lowering unemployment numbers in the EU.
Mainsail's Shirley Robertson meets the mega-rich owners who will compete in the Mini Maxi World Championships.
A man in Arizona died after being stung more than an estimated 100 times by a swarm of bees. CNN affiliate KOLD reports.
From sushi to tempura - Food writer, Yukari Sakamoto takes you on a tour of Tokyo's culinary treasures.
Writer, Nick Szasz takes you on a tour of his home town of Fukouka to sample the best food on offer.
James Marsden, Michelle Monaghan, and Luke Bracey open up about first loves and second chances.
Peter Richardson, Director of the film "How to Die in Oregon," talks to CNN's Brooke Baldwin about patients who set dates to take their own lives.
Which celeb's braids just sold for $37,000? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on hair-raising prices of hair from famous heads.
An off-duty St. Louis, Missouri, police officer shot and killed a teen Wednesday, firing his gun 17 times.
Pressure is building for Hong Kong's leader C.Y. Leung to resign over a "secret" multi-million dollar deal.
Yi Jiefang has helped plant 1.1 million trees in Inner Mongolia to help stop the spread of desertification in the region.
Investigators are piecing together what happened during a possible hostage situation turned shootout. KFOR reports.
A woman has been isolated at a hospital in Australia, after returning from helping Ebola patients. Sarah Abo reports
Chief Sam Dotson talks about an officer involved shooting and the high tensions that followed. Affiliate KMOV reports.
European authorities are trying to calm an increasingly uneasy public fearful of Ebola. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.
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