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Australian authorities disrupted what they described as a pending attack "on a member of the public" on Thursday.
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An Arkansas school told a student that she had to change out of her t-shirt that said "Virginity Rocks."
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Singers Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani lip-sync to the song "Endless Love" on "The Tonight Show."
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Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken defends the Obama administration's strategy on defeating ISIS
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Steve Eudey, a former coach of Adrian Peterson's, speaks out and defends the player.
Secretary of State John Kerry gets heckled while testifying before Congress, speaking about the U.S. war on ISIS.
John King, Margaret Talev and Peter Hamby discuss new campaign ads by Alison Lundergan Grimes and Mitch McConnell.
John King, Margaret Talev and Peter Hamby on the House members who voted to arm Syrian rebels.
John King, Margaret Talev and Peter Hamby on Kerry, Obama and Dempsey's struggle to discuss their foreign policy plans.
John King takes a look at Peter Hamby's new "Hambycast," a behind-the-scenes look at the campaign trail.
Actress Marisa Tomei has the honor of being turned into a skateboard. Oddly, no one's turned Conan into one yet.
General Salim Idriss, a former leader of the Free Syrian Army, talks about the prospects of defeating ISIS in Syria.
CNN's Pat Cash explains the historic connections between Davis Cup and Roland Garros.
Australian authorities disrupted a pending attack "on a member of the public." Sky News Australia's Stan Grant reports.
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