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Ivan Watson delves into the complicated politics behind Turkey's reluctance to engage against ISIS.
Joko Widodo faces several hurdles in keeping his campaign promises after being sworn in as Indonesia's new president.
The Pentagon doesn't believe airstrikes alone will stop ISIS, but they do possibly provide a psychological advantage.
An estimated 2,000 children have been orphaned in Liberia due to Ebola. Many are stigmatized by their communities.
Latest tests show that Teresa Romero Ramos has won her battle with Ebola. Nic Robertson has more.
Mike visits the Oyster Recovery Partnership, whose passion is growing baby oysters for oyster restoration. See Wed., 9p
CNN Global Affairs analyst Bobby Ghosh says CY Leung has no credibility left.
Pentagon's Ebola "strike force" as fears grow in Dallas.
CNN's Sumnima Udas reports the latest on the tragedy that resulted in the death of 39 hikers in Nepal.
Pope Francis beatified a predecessor, Pope Paul VI, who led the Catholic Church during a time of modernization.
Norway withdraws a bid for the 2022 Olympics, venture capitalists assume great risks in hopes of great rewards, and a heroic young runner shows great character.
Do dogs exposed to Ebola pose a health risk to humans? Biologist and TV host Dan Riskin explains.
Jim Sciutto speaks to Chris Dickey about claims that former Iraqi forces are training ISIS and the fate of Kobani.
Is fear taking over the actual threat of Ebola? Daily Beast reporter Abby Haglage and CNN's Mel Robbins seem to think so.
A hazmat company owner from Texas explains to CNN's Jim Sciutto how to decontaminate for Ebola.
The 2014 Beijing Marathon was particularly challenging for the runners: Air pollution 16 times over the safe level limit.
The world's top female tennis player, Serena Williams, slammed Russian tennis chief Shamil Tarpischev for his comments.
Hospital officials say Spanish nurse and Ebola patient, Teresa Romero Ramos, has very low Ebola levels.
Pentagon officials say they are preparing a 30-person "quick-strike team" that can treat Ebola patients in the U.S.
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