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An MSNBC host apologizes for poking fun at a family photo of the Romneys and their new grandkid, who is black.
CNN's Dana Bash talks to U.S. senators about the past year's political gridlock on Capitol Hill.
Matthew Chance reports the latest on the rescue of the marooned research crew near Antarctica.
A train carrying oil in North Dakota derailed, causing a massive explosion.
A pair of deadly blasts is raising questions about Russia's ability to handle security at the upcoming Winter Olympics.
While it's no secret that American public support for the war in Afghanistan is low, new numbers reveal just how low.
A young generation of NSA hackers may be intercepting computer shipments and creating "dummy" web pages to monitor users.
Republicans dispute a New York Times report that found no evidence of Al Qaeda involvement in the 2012 Benghazi attack.
2014 is just around the corner - and with it, the legal sale of marijuana in Colorado and Washington state. CNN's Ana Cabrera reports from Denver, where the state government and many businesses are hoping - and preparing - for millions in taxes and profit from the first year of sales.
The U.S. is sending Hellfire rockets and drones to the Iraqi government to aid them in their campaign against terrorism. CNN's Elise Labott and Johns Hopkins University's Vali Nasr weigh in.