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Pop star Miley Cyrus twerks and irks critics with her raunchy performance at MTV's Video Music Awards. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Wolf Blitzer asks CNN's senior international correspondent Nick Paton Walsh and the Washington Institute for Near East Policy's Andrew Tabler what will happen next in Syria as the U.S. considers a military strike against the Assad regime.
CNN's new co-hosts of Crossfire, Stephanie Cutter and S.E. Cupp, debate whether or not the U.S. should intervene in Syria after Wolf Blitzer asks them to rate the Obama administration's handling of the Syrian crisis.
CNN has rare access to Syria, with one of the only Western reporters on the ground. Frederik Pleitgen reports on the status of the U.N. weapons inspectors and their search for evidence that chemical weapons were used.
Today at 6pm ET we will air a live Situation Room Special Report: Crisis in Syria. Wolf Blitzer will go in depth with guests, analysts, and reporters from around the world to examine the situation on the ground in Syria, the use of chemical weapons, and the possibility of a U.S. intervention.
A Southern Poverty Law Center report accuses a Homeland Security employee of going online to promote a race war on whites. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
American allies are outraged at an alleged chemical attack in Syria, and some wonder when or if the U.S. will intervene.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is set to resign August 30. He apologized to the women accusing him of sexual harassment.
Outgoing FBI Director Robert Mueller talks to Joe Johns about the NSA surveillance program, Edward Snowden's leaks, and U.S. security after Sept. 11.
Kim Beazley, the Australian ambassador to the U.S., says Australians don't think the death of Christopher Lane was motivated by racism; they simply mourn his passing and pray for his family.