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CNN's Rachel Nichols reached out to Ray Rice with a text message. She shares his response with Brooke Baldwin.
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Apple announced two new phones today: a 4.7" iPhone 6 and a 5.5" iPhone 6 Plus.
Carol Costello takes Fox and Friends to task for their "victim blaming" commentary of the Ray Rice video.
A spokesman for the Bobo family addresses the media after the remains of Holly Bobo were found.
Apple unveiled the new iPhone 6 and the bigger iPhone 6 plus, which is the thinnest iPhone ever.
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, is using brutal tactics to gain control of large areas of Iraq and Syria.
#WhyIStayed founder Beverly Gooden talks about why she she supports Janay Rice's decision to stay with her husband.
Cyber security blogger and expert Brian Krebs says banks are reporting steep increase in fraudulent ATM withdrawals.
In an interview with ESPN's Josina Anderson, Ray Rice said he was "in good spirits" and was focusing on his family.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest gives a preview of the President's upcoming address detailing his strategy to combat ISIS.
Ashleigh Banfield interviews Beverly Gooden, Creator, #WhyIStayed
CNN affiliate WJZ reports on a Maryland mother who police say suffocated her two children.
Companies in Africa call for more efforts in the fight against Ebola. CNN speaks to Tony Carr, CEO of MonuRent,
Yearbook photos of high school students voted "most likely to skinny dip" have caused some controversy in New Mexico.
Another Trump Casino in Atlantic City files for bankruptcy, making the resort town's economy even more of a gamble.
New DNA findings reveal the true identity of Jack the Ripper. CNN's Erin McLaughlin explains.
Fox News responded to critics following a joke its morning show hosts made over the Ray Rice domestic violence incident.
President Obama will address the nation on Wednesday.
An Indiana mother was held captive for two months and kept in a wooden cage built by one of her captors, police say.
Amazon, Google and Facebook are looking to mount a challenge against Apple ahead of the unveiling of a new iPhone.
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