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Amy La Porte reports on intelligence of an ISIS beheading, leading to Australia's biggest counter-terror raids.
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The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews has voted to allow female members to join. CNN's Amanda Davies reports.
Rep. Loretta Sanchez tells Sec. Hagel it's "disturbing" that the Armed Services ISIL hearing occurred after House voted.
The WHO says people are turning to the black market to buy blood from Ebola survivors.
CNN's Laurie Segall shares how social media help solve a crime in Philadelphia.
Former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards is looking for a comeback after almost nine years in prison, Gloria Borger reports.
This billboard with the words, "kill this dog" has drivers' heads turning. WPLG reports.
Amazon released the Kindle Voyage and new Fire tablets. Laurie Segall reports.
Rabbi Goldberg's group, Kids Kicking Cancer, helps children battling serious illnesses use martial arts to manage pain.
Actor shares with @ThisHour the details of his new role with LG.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with two leading experts on psychoactive drug research.
Dr. Mary Anne Jackson of Children's Mercy hospital speaks with CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta about battling Enterovirus.
Alibaba will become the world's biggest IPO on Friday. Alison Kosik hits the NYSE floor to explain how it will happen.
A Harvard chemist has received the Blavatnik Award for his work on technology to study neurodegenerative diseases.
Friends of British ISIS hostage Alan Henning make an appeal for his life. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports.
These drag queens are upset with Facebook for temporarily suspending their accounts for not providing their 'real names'.
Here's a look at the new CNN Original Series, This is Life with Lisa Ling. Premieres Sunday Sept. 28th at 10p ET/PT.
PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel says he has reservations about Alibaba and other tech giant's management.
At least 15 suspects were detained in what Australian officials are calling the country's biggest anti-terror operation.
A store is selling "Slenderman" costumes, and some people are finding that to be in poor taste. WDJT reports.
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