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New video has emerged of Sochi police beating members of the outspoken political activists and punk band Pussy Riot in the middle of the Winter Olympics. CNN's Ivan Watson reports on the fallout for Russian police.
CNN's Jim Acosta takes a look at President Obama and the obstacles he is facing in taking action in Ukraine and Syria. Is his foreign policy weakening the U.S.'s position overseas?
With exclusive, new video of Tuesday's deadly clashes in Kiev, CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Steven Pifer, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, discuss the ongoing protests rocking the eastern European country.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, joins Attorney General Eric Holder and the Obama administration in their fight to help ex-convicts win back their voting rights.
The U.S. Air Force calls a bomb they almost dropped on an American outpost in eastern Afghanistan a 'major target mistake.' CNN's Barbara Starr has the dramatic, new video of the near disaster.
After his story was featured on The Situation Room, Isaac Lufkin received a letter of congratulations from Pres. Obama.
CNN's Tom Foreman is with the Washington Post's Max Fisher to explain just how important the protests in Ukraine are to American and Russian interests.
In controversial new comments, musician and gun rights advocate Ted Nugent called Pres. Obama a "subhuman mongrel." CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Newt Gingrich argue about the comments and the media's coverage of them.
In an interview with CNN's Rachel Nichols, Olympic skier Bode Miller talks about his Bronze medal at Sochi and the controversial, emotional interview with NBC.
Last October, a massive cyber attack hit the American military's websites, and some think Iran was behind it. CNN's Brian Todd reports on the threat of all-out cyber war between the U.S. and Iran.