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CNN's Brian Todd combs through a new report from a privacy watchdog board commissioned by the government that says some of the NSA's surveillance is illegal - just as Edward Snowden speaks out in an online chat session.
News that broke in "The Situation Room": North Korea sends a letter of reconciliation and unity in an apparent attempt to soften relations with South Korea. CNN's Barabara Starr reports.
CNN's Dana Bash looks at the RNC's efforts to redefine itself amidst new controversial comments from former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring was just sworn in days ago, but today he announced his decision to no longer support the state's ban on same-sex marriage, saying the law is unconstitutional and that Virginia needs to be on the 'right side of history.'
Tough talk from Iranian leaders contrasts with what the White House says is in the nuclear deal, so why won't the Obama administration release the text to set the record straight? CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta reports.
Some Christians in Syria say they are targeted by Islamist rebels, who accuse them of siding with Pres. Bashar al-Assad. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen has a rare report from inside the civil war-torn country.
Conservatives are shifting the focus from Washington to individual states in their fight against abortion as they combat the "War on Women" rhetoric. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
Several countries, including the U.S., are setting up their own plans to protect their own athletes and tourists at the Winter Games in Sochi. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Bouthaina Shaaban, Syrian Pres. Bashar al-Assad's senior adviser, rails against foreign meddling in Syria's civil war.