Monday marks one month since the day that UVA student Hannah Graham was last seen near Charlottesville, Virginia.
North Korean government news agency says Leader Kim Jong Un has made first public appearance in over a month.
Wolf Blitzer asks Dr. Anthony Fauci if the Texas nurse infected with Ebola should receive experimental medicine.
The FBI is warning cops and journalists that they could be targets of lone wolf terrorist attacks. Pamela Brown reports.
A new video reveals how ISIS fighters are trained. Brian Todd reports on how the group became a formidable force.
ISIS now controls 80% of Anbar province, and is getting close to the Baghdad airport. Barbara Starr reports.
Thirteen of CNN's anchors and hosts trace their family roots across the globe and back in time. Wolf's ROOTS special will be airing tonight, 5 p.m. ET.
Don't miss the two-hour ROOTS special, Tuesday, October 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Enjoy these photos of a young Wolf Blitzer posing while living in Germany in the late 1940s. His parents moved there from Poland after World War II. See more