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Andrew Stevens reports on a village's effort to stop the digging of a copper mine that will displace them.
The economy of Northern Ireland gets a boost while G8 leaders look to boost their own economies. Jim Boulden reports.
Don Lemon talks to Derek Anderson about emerging from poverty, overcoming loss, and the journey to the top of his game
CNN's Nic Robertson reports on new information released by Edward Snowden about British monitoring of delegates in 2009.
Real car bombs. It's part of the State Department's training for diplomats in hot spots. CNN's Jill Dougherty reports
British Prime Minister David Cameron and Russian President Vladimir Putin have disagreements on the war in Syria.
When a girl realized an animal in her yard was not a dog, but instead a bear, she grabbed her camera and recorded it.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is being accused of stealing New England Patriots' owner Robert Kraft's Super Bowl ring.
In part two of her series, CNN's Poppy Harlow talks to investor Warren Buffett about women's roles in today's workforce.
In part one of her series, Poppy Harlow talks to billionaire investor Warren Buffett about fairness in the workplace.
Our political panel talks to Candy Crowley about the IRS investigation, immigration reform and gun legislation.
Austin Tice's family says it was brutal to see a video of the 31-year-old kidnapped in Syria, but they remain hopeful.
Sen. Menendez: If GOP wants to win White House, they must support a pathway to citizenship as part of immigration reform.
Our political panel talks about the next presidential election, and who may have presidential ambitions.
Paul Farhi, Lynn Sweet and Howard Kurtz discuss how the media has characterized NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
Rep. Mike Rogers (R) Michigan said Sunday that the NSA is not listening to calls without a court order/warrant.
Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Robert Menendez says "we need to tip the scales, not simply to nudge them" in Syria.
Peruvian inmates attempt to break a world record for the largest number of prisoners to take part in an aerobics workout.
Paul Farhi, Lynn Sweet and Howard Kurtz weigh in on the family ties between journalists and the Obama administration.