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Anderson discusses the video message from American journalist Steven Sotloff's mother to ISIS hoping to secure his release.
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CNN's Anna Coren reports on China's controversial "baby hatch"program, which takes in abandoned and disabled children.
A police department in Oklahoma says it has had great success after implementing a plastic dummy in place of a real cop.
Today, we explain why the U.S. is deeply concerned about ISIS, how Russia's leader is seen at home and abroad, and how technology could change the park bench.
Two close friends from a high school near Minneapolis were both killed fighting for extremist groups overseas.
Alexia Campbell,reportera de la revista National Journal, habla de la serie que adelanta sobre los hispanos en EE.UU.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest explains Obama's statement "We don't have a strategy yet" on Syria airstrikes.
U.S. officials says 1,000 Russian troops have entered Ukraine. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
The leaer of a Ukrainian volunteer battalion says his troops were forced out by Russian troops. Diana Magnay reports.
CNN's Tom Foreman reports on a new video that has surfaced featuring a deceased U.S. suicide bomber.
Take a one-minute escape into the heart of Dubai.
Brian Todd reports on allegations of a second American killed while fighting with ISIS and a surge in U.S. recruits.
Central Perk coffee shop to open in NYC, an Emmy kiss, and a shoeless Sarah Silverman!
President Obama addresses Russian forces crossing Ukraine's southern border to fight alongside pro-Russian rebels.
Hala Gorani speaks to Peter Piot, the co-discoverer of the Ebola virus, about the ongoing epidemic and when it might end.
From Napa Valley to Germany, you shared how your city inspires healthy habits.
Author Ben Judah says Vladimir Putin has presented a "Nazi Ukraine" to the Russian people and is trapped by propaganda.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand reveals comments made about her weight in new book
Two Americans, friends in high school, were both killed fighting for extremists overseas. CNN's Ted Rowlands reports.
After 51 days of chaos, many of the displaced residents of Gaza have nowhere to return to. CNN's Ian Lee reports.
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