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Rene Marsh talks to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta about the investigation into how one man crippled a Chicago airport.
The Ferguson police chief attempts to talk with protesters, but the night ends in a scuffle and multiple arrests that some say only made matters worse. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports.
The United Kingdom, Belgium, and Denmark join the list of more than 50 countries that have agreed to support the fight against ISIS. CNN's Elise Labott reports on the growing coalition.
CNN captures fighting at the Syrian-Turkish border between what is believed to be ISIS and Kurdish fighters. CNN's Phil Black reports.
U.S. is targeting ISIS' oil installations in Syria and Iraq in an attempt to disrupt the groups' flow of oil wealth.
Deputy Asst. Secretary of State for Iran & Iraq Brett McGurk says he spoke to Iraqi PM to clarify his comments regarding a threat against the U.S.
The U.S. struck an al Qaeda offshoot called Khorasan in Syria, but some fear the group will still attack U.S. interests.
Saudi Arabia, an key U.S. ally against ISIS, frequently beheads people for non-lethal crimes. CNN's Brian Todd reports.