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CNN's Brian Todd reports on police still receiving lots of military equipment, despite controversy in wake of Ferguson.
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Alisyn Camerota and Don Lemon ask five of Cosby alleged accusers what they would like see happen to him.
CNN's Jim Sciutto speaks to outgoing U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel during his last visit to Afghanistan.
Cosby accusers discuss the method they allegedly claim the comedian used to render them victims of sexual assault.
Fareed takes a look at e-residency, a new mode of online verification, and hears from the world's first e-resident.
Friends of alleged UVA rape victim Jackie, profiled in a now-discredited Rolling Stone story, talk to CNN's Sara Ganim.
A rescue mission for an American held by al Qaeda turns tragic in Yemen. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
NTSB and local police officials speak after a plane crashed into a Maryland home, killing six people.
U.S. military bases and embassies are on high alert amid fear they may be targeted after the release of a torture report.
A former St. Louis police officer says racism in the St. Louis police force "is widespread."
A South African judge threw out the murder case against Shrien Dewani saying there wasn't enough evidence.
Jon Medved, the CEO and founder of OurCrowd, discusses the future of the Israeli economy in the "start up nation."
Israeli tech entrepreneur Moshe Hogeg explains how Israel turned security challenges into a booming tech industry.
Richard Quest speaks to David Horovitz about Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu's political gamble of dissolving parliament.
Retired Navy SEAL Jim Liddy and Gift of the Givers founder Imtiaz Sooliman talk about the failed rescue mission in Yemen
CNN speaks to Gloria Allred, who represents 4 women who say Bill Cosby sexually abused them, about a potential civil suit.
Sister of the victim in the South African honeymoon murder case tries to find closure after the judge threw out charges.
Will and Kate visits New York City for the first time. CNN's Max Foster explains why American's love them so much.
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