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Ahead of an approaching cyclone, thousands of people in Myanmar were evacuated. CNN's Dan Rivers reports.
Jane Velez-Mitchell gets a tour of the jail holding Jodi Arias.
The U.S. military has fresh plans to 'capture or kill' perpetrators of the attack on the American compound in Benghazi.
CNN's Jake Tapper looks into the secretive program.
As fighting rages on in Syria, President Assad's forces appear to be gaining momentum. ITN's Bill Neely reports.
Lance Ulanoff explains the unlikely partnership between Google and NASA and their goal of researching quantum computing.
Fionnuala Sweeney speaks with the U.N.'s Zainab Bangura about what can be done to prevent sexual violence in Somalia.
Wolf Blitzer talks to TIME's Aryn Baker about a recent video showing a Syrian rebel eating the heart of a dead soldier.
CNN's Chris Lawrence gets a first hand look at the location where detainees are force fed at Guantanamo Bay.
CNN's Jim Acosta reports on a tea party revival that's occurring in the wake of the recent scandal rocking the IRS.
Former Obama aide laughs off Jon Stewart's tough criticism of the president.
Sen. Bob Corker says he's waiting for answers from the President on Afghan payments.
Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he is preparing for another run, hasn't pulled trigger yet.
Officials say they are still working to determine what caused the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.
CNN's Jake Tapper sits down with Shonda Rhimes, the executive producer behind the hit TV series, "Scandal."
Samantha Alexander told the court about how she learned her brother had died.
Former Department of Homeland Security official says Justice Department protects smaller terrorists, to get bigger ones.
The end of Beckham the footballer is not the end of Beckham the brand. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.
The World Health Organization has tracked a new coronavirus in the Middle East. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.