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Sen. Rand Paul discusses the Benghazi controversy with CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
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Conan jokes about JCPenney, Playboy, Taco Bell and more.
Heather Graham strikes a crazy yoga pose with Conan for Twitter.
Heather's been studying the female empowerment, and she will honor your bodacious ta-tas.
CNN speaks with Matt Baugh, the UK ambassador to Somalia, about an apparent epidemic of sexual violence in Somalia.
Law enforcement officials in Mexico are looking into an alleged sex trafficking corridor, as CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
As CNN's Jim Boulden explains, the wool industry in the UK is spinning back into business.
Another strike shutdown one of the world's largest platinum producers in South Africa. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
More demonstrations against a planned chemical plant in China. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
Chon Young-man fought for North Korea during the Korean War but was captured. He lived his life afterward in South Korea.
Helly Hansen has signed on to an agreement to pay for safety improvements in Bangladesh's garment industry.
Dean Obeidallah, Stephanie Miller and Dr. Wendy Walsh discuss Pat Robertson's remarks that cheating is in the male DNA.
Susan Candiotti shares some of the details of the message Dzhokhar Tsarnaev scribbled on the boat where he was hiding.
CNN's Piers Morgan talks with Rep. Mark Sanford about the Department of Justice's seizure of AP's phone records.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney defends President Obama's action in dealing with the IRS scandal.
John Douglas talks to CNN's Piers Morgan about Ariel Castro, his daughter and about the mind of a criminal.
CNN's Gary Tuchman reports from West, Texas, on the arrest of Bryce Reed, a first responder during the plant explosion.
Several surprises were in store for CNN's Anthony Bourdain on his recent trip to post-Gadhafi Libya.
American aid worker Jessica Buchanan talks to Anderson Cooper about being rescued from 93 days captivity in Somalia.
CNN's Anderson Cooper highlights a small town's unique voting system that has a four-year old serving as mayor.