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South Africa's justice minister has ordered a review of Oscar Pistorius' pending parole. CNN's David McKenzie has more.
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In a Costa Rican prison, inmates reportedly found a creative way of sneaking drugs into the facility.
Amanda Parrish and her husband can't wait to buy Flibanserin now that it's approved by the FDA. She loved the results she experienced during a clinical trial.
In an era of massive data breaches, keeping personal data secure on campus. Karin Caifa has today's Consumer Watch.
Taleb Rifai, Secretary-General of the UNWTO, discusses Bangkok and tourism.
CNN's Anna Coren looks into the impact the Erawan shrine explosion could have on tourism in Thailand.
On the heels of a recent exchange with Hillary Clinton, 'Black Lives Matter' founders Julius Jones and Daunasia Yancey join Don Lemon to share cultural perspectives
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports the FDA has approved the drug flibanserin, dubbed "Viagra for women," to treat sexual dysfunction in premenopausal women.
Ricardo Gandour, Executive Editor, Grupo Estado, discusses the popular protests in Brazil.
A man known as "Vampire," who is missing his two front teeth, brutally murders a woman he had solicited for sex. "The Hunt" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Bruce Sawhill admits to doing the unthinkable to his good friend's daughter. "The Hunt" airs at Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Former Microsoft Chief Xbox officer and author of "Xbox Revisited" Robbie Bach gives his take on where the video gaming industry is headed.
A man known around a small town in Texas as "Vampire" turns into a cold-blooded killer. "The Hunt" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Jeffrey Kleintop from Charles Schwab and Co. talks to CNN's Maggie Lake about China's volatile stock market and what should investors do.
The Erawan Hindu shrine in Bangkok reopens as police work to identify the prime suspect in shrine's bombing. CNN's Saima Mohsin reports.
Actress and comedian Lily Tomlin sits down with Michaela Pereira on "New Day" to discuss her movie "Grandma," and all of her recent success.
The scenes with jokes about bomb threats were deleted because they were set to air right after 9/11, but they've resurfaced all these years later.
One school system is reconsidering its dress code after the release of a student-made documentary, which featured a girl who was sent home for having an exposed collarbone. WLEX reports.
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