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Jill Dougherty talks to an American filmmaker working in Syria alongside rebels seeking the ouster of Bashar al-Assad.
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A fugitive is tracked down 34 years after he was convicted of multiple rapes. CNN's Mary Snow has more.
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CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports on how even Chief Justice John Roberts is not immune to credit card theft.
(CNN) – Neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who rose to GOP fame in recent months, apologized Friday for appearing to equate homosexuality with the criminal acts of pedophilia and bestiality.
"I love gay people. I love straight people. So this was really, I think, on my behalf, somewhat insensitive and I certainly apologize if I offended anyone, because I was not in any way comparing gays with people who engage in bestiality or sexual child abuse," Carson said on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer."
Did police go too far after a dad posted a photo on Facebook of his young son holding a rifle? CNN's Mary Snow has more.
CNN's Chris Lawrence reports on North Korean TV announcing the country's leader has ordered rockets to be on standby.
A former U.S. soldier is charged with terror offenses after he allegedly helped an al Qaeda-linked rebel group in Syria. CNN's Jill Dougherty reports.
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