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Meet a team in New Orleans that's using data from bullets to help lock up criminals.
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Sgt. Luke Laterza knows the murder weapon is out there, somewhere. He's not closing the case until the gun is recovered.
Julianna Crowder has guns and knows how to use them. Through "A Girl and a Gun," she's making sure other women do too.
After the shots are fired, many of the wounded come here, to Advocate Christ Medical Center.
When Ralph Demicco realized three people took their lives after purchasing a gun from his store, he took action.
Iran threatens Israel at a time when the U.S. is pushing for nuclear negotiations. Elise Labott has the details.
Obama arrived to an elaborate show in China for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. Jake Tapper reports.
CNN's Max Foster talks to Pink Floyd's David Gilmour about outselling One Direction and why their music still endures.
Daylight Saving Time was adopted to save coal during WWI, but the man who thought it up had other ideas in mind.
Senator-Elect Thom Tillis says producing quick results is the smartest thing the GOP can do to lay the groundwork for 2016.
If ISIS' leader was indeed incapacitated after coalition airstrikes reportedly injured him, who would take over?
New York City will change its policy on possession of small amounts of marijuana, allowing officers to issue tickets.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports on how China went above and beyond to impress world leaders at this year's APEC summit.
The Bank of Russia has decided it will no longer prop up the ruble. CNN's Matthew Chance reports from Moscow.
CNN's Brianna Keilar speaks to a gun owner in Ferguson, Missouri before grand jury report against Officer Darren Wilson.
Robert Plant reportedly turned down $800 million for a Led Zeppelin reunion tour. His publicist denies the report.
Net neutrality looks to be the next issue that President Obama and Republicans will do battle over. Brian Stelter explains.
Terrifying new video shows the frantic search for the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who later died in the fire.
Two Americans who spent months imprisoned in North Korea are back on U.S. soil after Kim Jong Un ordered their release.
Matt Damon goes back to Bourne, Gabrielle Union on the nude photo leaks, and did Robert Plant turn down $800 million?
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