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News that broke in The Situation Room: CNN's justice reporter Evan Pérez tells Brianna Keilar that a secret court ruled the NSA's surveillance program collected more Internet data than it was legally allowed to.
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning received a 35-year sentence for stealing classified documents and giving them to WikiLeaks. CNN's Chris Lawrence was in the courtroom today.
CNN's Jim Acosta digs into Maine governor Paul LePage's history of controversial comments after he denies making harsh remarks about Pres. Obama last week.
A UN panel says scientists are now 95% sure that human activity is behind the sharp increase in global temperatures since the 1950s. CNN's Tom Foreman shows us at the evidence and the effects.
Former White House intern Emily Fox talks about the Fair Pay Campaign calling on President Obama to compensate interns.
A measles-like virus could be responsible for the deaths of hundreds of bottlenose dolphins along the East Coast - an unusual spike that has scientists concerned.
First on CNN: The Democratic National Committee plans to vote on a resolution calling on the embattled San Diego Mayor Bob Filner to resign after he was supposed to return to work Tuesday.
Jason Pennington recounts how he had to yank Dick Van Dyke from his burning Jaguar on a California highway, saving the legendary actor and comedian's life.
News that broke in The Situation Room: Police say the man who opened fire inside an elementary school gained entry by following someone past the locked doors. CNN's David Mattingly reports live from the scene.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports that Beau Biden entered the facility after a recent episode of weakness and disorientation.