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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.
Newly intercepted messages from senior al Qaeda operatives are renewing concerns for terrorist attacks in the Middle East and overseas in 2014. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
A prominent Ukrainian investigative journalist was beaten by unknown assailants, and the attack has drawn intense outrage from Ukrainian protestors and even the U.S. State Department. CNN's Jill Dougherty brings us two new videos, of the attack and the aftermath - a bloody, but resolute Tetiana Chornovol.
Shirley MacLaine’s career spans six decades - on stage, in the movies and as an author detailing beliefs on everything from reincarnation to life on other planets.
This weekend she will be one of the stars receiving the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors for their contributions to American culture.
MacLaine recently sat down with CNN Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger. In the interview she said the honor is “more of a life appreciation award," and what a life she has had.
In the interview MacLaine recounted not only her amazing acting career, but also her involvement in politics and her views on life.
She also recalled her old pals, including the infamous "Rat Pack" rogues Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin as well as President John F. Kennedy.
Professor Chris Turney has been leading a scientific expedition through Antarctica - but now, his ship is trapped in the frozen waters, and he and his crew are stranded. In an interview live from Antarctica, Prof. Turney tells CNN's Brianna Keilar that people on board are disappointed over the mishap but otherwise in good spirits.