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Glenn Beck: 'I don't want to be in your bedroom'
'The Blaze' founder Glenn Beck joins Don Lemon to share his views on same-sex marriage and to discuss whether government should be involved in social issues ... [Read More]
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Freddie Gray suffered a single "high-energy" injury
The Baltimore Sun's Justin Fenton obtained Freddie Gray's autopsy. He discusses the findings with Anderson Cooper. ... [Read More]
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U.S. security breach larger than estimated
How did Chinese-backed hackers allegedly break into the U.S. government's records? CNN's Kristie Lu Stout explains it all may have started with a hacking technique known as spear-phishing. ... [Read More]
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Are there similarities between white supremacists and ISIS?
Is domestic terrorism worse than ISIS? CNN's Sara Sidner compares these two topics. ... [Read More]
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Japan's 40-year-old virgins?
CNN's Will Ripley reports on a largely unspoken issue in Japan, middle-aged Japanese male virgins. ... [Read More]
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China's market volatility
Nomura China Strategist Wendy Liu gives her analysis on China's stock market volatility and how it can impact other markets. ... [Read More]
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KKK recruitment fliers outrage neighborhood
Residents in Rockdale County, Georgia found KKK recruitment fliers in their driveways. WSB's Tom Regan reports. ... [Read More]
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Glen Campbell refuses to succumb to Alzheimer's
Glen Campbell's musical gifts continue to shine as the performer fights Alzheimer's. "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me" airs Sunday, June 28 at 9 p.m. ET ... [Read More]
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Campbell's wife: 'Glen has become unrehearsable'
Fighting Alzheimer's, legendary musician Glen Campbell tenaciously prepares for his upcoming tour. "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me" airs Sunday, June 28 at 9 p.m. ET ... [Read More]
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Springsteen on Alzheimer's: 'I've seen it in every stage'
From Springsteen to Paisley, musicians share personal experiences of seeing family members fight Alzheimer's. "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me" airs Sunday, June 28 at 9 p.m. ET ... [Read More]
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Skinny jeans send woman to hospital
An Australian woman's skinny jeans cut the blood flow to her legs, causing swelling and increasing pressure on the nerves. CNN's John Vause reports. ... [Read More]
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U.S. data hack may be 4 times larger than expected
U.S. investigators believe the Chinese government is behind a security breech in which personal information was acquired of millions of federal employees. CNN's David McKenzie reports. ... [Read More]
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What is the council cited in Charleston shooter's site?
In apparent manifesto, Charleston church shooter Dylan Roof credits the website of the Council of Conservative Citizens. CNN's Drew Griffin digs into the council. ... [Read More]
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Rev. narrowly missed shooting: 'God's divine intervention'
Reverend Brenda Wilson joins Erin Burnett to explain the circumstances which resulted in her leaving the church moments before the shooting in South Carolina ... [Read More]
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After ISIS is driven out, scars remain in Syrian town
After two years under ISIS control the strategic Syrian city of Tal Abyad is now free, but the mental scars remain. CNN's Arwa Damon reports. ... [Read More]
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Dog: 'We've all been waiting for a mistake to be made'
Bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman talks to Don Lemon about the recent DNA findings, and what that might indicate about the states of mind of the escaped convicts. ... [Read More]
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Combing the woods for the escaped killers
Gary Tuchman gets a first hand look at the challenges facing officers looking for the two Dannemora fugitives. ... [Read More]
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Keeping Them Honest: Confederate flag & the 2016 race
Anderson Cooper looks at what the presidential candidates are saying about the Confederate flag after the tragedy in Charleston. ... [Read More]
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Southern leader calls flag removal 'cultural genocide'
Pat Hines, Chairman of the South Carolina League of the South, offers analysis of a movement to remove the Confederate flag, calling it 'cultural genocide' ... [Read More]
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Friend of Charleston survivor recounts tragedy
Sylvia Johnson lost her cousin Reverend Pinckney in the Charleston shooting. She shares the story of her friend who survived the tragedy. ... [Read More]
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Video shows man riding moose
Canadian officials are investigating an incident that was caught on camera of a man jumping onto a swimming moose and riding him. CTV reports. ... [Read More]
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Different perspectives, different stories in Charleston
Activist Deray McKesson and Brian Stelter discuss loaded language and accusations of media bias in the coverage of the Charleston church massacre. ... [Read More]
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'I don't look at you with the eyes of hatred'
Marcus Stanley is a gospel singer who wrote a message of forgiveness on the Facebook page of Dylann Roof, the gunman in the Charleston church shooting. He speaks with CNN's Poppy Harlow. ... [Read More]
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Are we running out of water?
Fresh water around the world may be in danger of running out. CNN's Amara Walker discusses this with a NASA scientist. ... [Read More]
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NBA player visits families of Charleston victims
NBA player Dwight Howard talks to CNN's Poppy Harlow about the recent events in Charleston. ... [Read More]
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Representative apologies for Confederate flag
South Carolina State Representative Doug Brannon speaks with CNN's Poppy Harlow about the controversy of the Confederate flag. ... [Read More]
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Police search rural New York county
CNN's Poppy Harlow and Alexandra Field discuss the latest details in the search for two escaped killers in New York. ... [Read More]
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In Japan, dancers get the chance to be footloose
A ban on late-night dancing is being repealed, much to the approval of Japanese who just want to dance with somebody. CNN's Will Ripley tells us the story. ... [Read More]
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A new blueprint for the battle against ISIS
Kurdish fighters recently re-captured the strategic Syrian town of Tal Abyad, and more importantly show a possible blueprint in how to defeat ISIS. CNN's Arwa Damon reports. ... [Read More]
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Record heat wave kills hundreds in Pakistan
Temperatures in Pakistan reached 44.8 degrees Celsius or 113 degrees Fahrenheit, the highest recorded temperature in 15 years. CNN's Pedram Javaheri reports. ... [Read More]
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Reporting a tragedy: Charleston and the press
Raphael James, WCSC Charleston news anchor, tells Brian Stelter about the hardships of covering a heartbreaking local story. ... [Read More]
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'Credible sighting' of two fugitives in New York
A "credible sighting" of fugitives Richard Matt and David Sweat has authorities searching the area surrounding Friendship, New York. CNN affiliate WIVB has more. ... [Read More]
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Testimony from Aurora victim closes prosecution's case
Testimony from a woman who became paralyzed and lost her daughter in the Aurora movie theater shooting closed the prosecution's case against James Holmes. ... [Read More]
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Being black in Charleston
According to some Charleston residents, the seemingly peaceful southern city remains racially divided and hostile towards its black population. ... [Read More]