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Was there a double standard in how Keene, NH, rioters are being cast compared to the rioters in Ferguson, MO?
Kentucky Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes is under fire for alleged sexism, low wages at her family's restaurant.
The threat of Ebola and the fear that it will spread into the Cocoa Belt have caused prices to jump. Isa Soares reports.
The Russian government continues its unofficial crackdown on McDonald's. CNN's Phil Black reports from Moscow.
Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder tells CNN's Evan Pérez what he believes was the biggest failure of his tenure.
Art museums in Paris are nothing new, but the Louis Vuitton Foundation Museum is still making waves. Jim Bittermann reports.
Hannah Graham's case a 'death investigation' after human remains found. CNN's Jean Casarez reports.
The 21-day Ebola quarantine not long enough, says Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii.
New Yorker contributor Richard Preston, author of the "Hot Zone" on CNN.
Turkey has an unenviable task in trying to maintain security on their border with Syria. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
The U.S. military is airdropping weapons, ammunition and medical aid to the Kurds fighting against ISIS in Kobani.
Brooke Baldwin and Mel Robbins discuss the case of Barbara Mancini, who faced prison for helping her father end his life.
JTrav gets down and dirty to capture stunning low angle shots of a Friday night football game.
Alasholuyi Kehinde has taken a photo almost every day since the capture of more than 200 schoolgirls in northern Nigeria.
JTrav sets out on a quest to find the perfect pic for a favorite hashtag #vanlife
You might not like the answer, but Mike Rowe explains that sometimes you have to do what you have to do.
JTrav returns to his high school to capture the shot that best sums up the American tradition of Friday night lights.
Nick Valencia attended the CDC's "Ebola Training Class," where medical staff learn to use their protective suits.
JTrav is on a quest to capture - in a single Instagram shot - the essense of this sci-fi fantasyland.
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