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An Oklahoma man may face death penalty for allegedly beheading his co-worker. David Mattingly has the chilling details.
Brooke talks with the great aunt of a Alexis Murphy who went missing in Virginia in August 2013.
CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva speaks to Dr. William Schaffner regarding the first U.S. Ebola case diagnosis.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen just returned from Liberia and talks to Erin Burnett about the challenge of covering the epidemic.
CNN's Ivan Watson follows the early morning developments regarding the Hong Kong protests.
CNN's Maggie Lake speaks with Vince Sollitto, Yelp.com VP of Corporate Communications, about the Google search bias.
Joel Osteen explains his use of scripture, his new book, not being a 'people pleaser,' and his 'destiny moment'
What went wrong at various stages of the White House fence-jumping breach? CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Renowned pastor Joel Osteen joins "CNN Tonight" to discuss his messages of positivity and preaching at Yankee Stadium
Coverage of Hong Kong protest--blacked out in the mainland of China, CNN's David McKenzie reports.
The CDC says there is "zero risk" of Ebola transmission for passengers that flew with the first U.S.-diagnosed patient.
Mark Kelly, husband to fmr. Rep. Gabby Giffords, says people die because there aren't enough gun laws to protect them.
A patient treated in a Dallas hospital is the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S., the CDC confirmed.
Chris Christie tells Dana Bash he was "disturbed" by President Obama saying his administration underestimated ISIS.
As day four of massive demonstrations begin, CNN's Ivan Watson reports live from Hong Kong.
Nischelle Turner explains how Netflix's sequel to 'Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon' will impact you.
Retired Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt discusses the United States' strategy in the fight against ISIS.
Questioning the secret service's training and morale, Rep. Issa calls for an outside oversight panel.
The first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. had traveled to West Africa, the CDC confirms.
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