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Your political headlines in 90 seconds: Pres. Obama's on ISIS, political theater, and immigration; and the GOP advantage.
La Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Paolo Ianieri takes Christina Macfarlane on a journey to the heartland of F1 in Italy, Monza.
In Ukraine, Kiev and pro-Russian rebels are accusing each other of breaking the fragile ceasefire.
With ISIS gaining control in parts of the Middle East, experts say airstrikes against the militant group are possible.
DNA might reveal identity of the infamous serial killer "Jack the Ripper." CNN's Ashleigh Banfield has more.
Apple is expected to introduce its new product line including a new 'smartwatch' and the iPhone 6.
A pilot was rescued at sea after crashing off the coast of Miami Beach. CNN affiliate WSVN reports.
Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to become parents for a second time. CNN's Max Foster reports.
Ashleigh Banfield interviews Russell EdwardsAuthor, "Naming Jack the Ripper"
CNN's Ben Wyatt meets Marco Mattiacci, the new man at the helm of the Ferrari Stables.
The Circuit follows the F1 tire from its Istanbul factory to its home Grand Prix in Monza, Italy.
As the NBA faces another race scandal, some are disappointed with the league's comparatively slow recourse.
The Circuit finds out how F1's bubbly is prepared for the podium.
Prince William says he is 'thrilled' to be expecting his second child with wife Catherine.
USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah talks with CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta about what efforts are on the ground to stop Ebola.
For these firefighters, a sense of service extends beyond the 911 call.
Religion scholar Reza Aslan explains why countries like Turkey and Qatar have yet to speak or act against ISIS.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta tells us how putting down your cell phone can help you live to 100.
No hands? No problem! Mary Barra announces that GM will join the ranks of Mercedes-Benz, Google and Nissan by introducing driverless technology by 2017.
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