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Although they found themselves on opposite sides of the Syrian Civil War, Iran and Hamas may be rekindling a partnership to take on their shared enemy, Israel. CNN's Brian Todd investigates those reports.
As they continue their rampage through Iraq in pursuit of an Islamic caliphate, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria may be targeting a key American ally next. CNN's Brian Todd looks at whether there are any clues in ISIS's recent success to where they may head next.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is facing accusations of illegally coordinating fundraising for his 2012 recall campaign. CNN's Brian Todd investigates.
Their goal is a transnational Islamic caliphate, and they've already taken huge swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria. But will the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria turn its eye towards the West? CNN's Brian Todd reports on the growing concern among American officials that the group is positioning itself to attack the U.S.
Embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has hired a private investigator to dig up any dirt on the NBA and its other owners. What is he hoping to find, and what for? CNN's Brian Todd reports.
As ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, continues its bloody rampage across Iraq, many wonder who is the man at the head of an organization so brutally skilled and universally feared. He's been called the most dangerous terrorist in the world and the next Osama bin Laden. CNN's Brian Todd profiles Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Donald Sterling's lawyer, Maxwell Blecher, explains why the Clippers' owner has changed his mind, moving forward with a lawsuit against the NBA and a push to fight the sale of his team.
The new push is another flip-flop for Sterling:
Sterling's lawyer says Donald will take his wife to court as well:
North Korea announced Friday that it has detained a U.S. citizen who it says entered the secretive country as a tourist in April and broke the law. The news brings the number of Americans believed to be held in the communist nation to three. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Very little is known about how Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl went missing or what his time in captivity was like, but CNN's Brian Todd has found a surprising source of information: The WikiLeaks cables.