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Abu Anas al Libi was captured by Navy SEALs in Libya in early October, and this week, he was indicted in a New York City federal court for his alleged role in the 1998 embassy bombings. But there are new questions over whether or not al Libi was actually involved in the attack - and whether the U.S. got the right guy. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
It's the World Series... of beards? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the unusual grooming habits of the Boston baseball team that they hope will help them win the World Series.
Researchers were able to successfully grow human hair in bald places on mice. CNN's Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen tells Wolf Blitzer about what the promising breakthrough means for people.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on two new studies from human rights groups that slam the U.S. for its drone strikes that may be causing more harm than good in the war on terror.
After the government shutdown and debt ceiling debacle, ratings for the GOP and the Tea Party are at historic lows, according to a new national poll. CNN's John King breaks down the numbers.
Sources say there were warning signs that indicated problems prior to the Obamacare site rollout - and that they were ignored. CNN's Joe Johns reports.