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CNN's Brian Stelter looks back at James Foley's work before he was kidnapped and killed by ISIS.
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Freelance journalist, freed hostage reflects on his friend James Foley.
Four years ago Tom and Kari Whitehead knew nothing about the battle raging within their daughter's body.
Doctor Lieping Chen has discovered a protein that helps shield cancer from the immune system.
Artists Gilbert and George talk about their latest display of provocative work with CNN's Max Foster in London.
CNN's Kevin Robillard explains how a former Obama administration official will work to strengthen Uber.
Maureen O'Grady talks about participating in an immunotherapy trial after being diagnosed with late stage lung cancer.
Trailer: Michael Brown's parents talk to Anderson Cooper. AC360 Tonight 8ET. 08/21/14
Dr. Kent Brantly, an American who survived Ebola, is released from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
CNN's Andy Scholes gives us a sneak preview inside the College Football Hall of Fame Museum in Atlanta.
The hunt is on for the suspected British jihadist in James Foley's execution video. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.
Carol Costello speaks with Arselan Iftikhar, Charlie Cooper and Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf about the killing of James Foley.
Obama went from the Edgartown School to Vineyard Golf Club with Alonzo Mourning, Glenn Hutchins and Cy Walker.
Rachel Crane investigates airlines' newest cost-cutting measure.
CNN's Chris Cuomo explains why the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, could take weeks.
The West has been very vocal on ISIS, but the Gulf Cooperation Council has remained silent. CNN's Leone Lakhani explains.
Last night, protests in Ferguson were relatively calm compared to previous nights. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
French show jumping star, Kevin Staut talks to CNN about his training for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports that U.S. forces tried to rescue American journalist James Foley this summer.
Althea Gibson broke down color barriers in the 1950s when she won Wimbledon and the U.S. championships.
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