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New satellite images show North Korea is developing a submarine capable of launching long-range ballistic missiles.
North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un is back in the public eye after disappearing. CNN's Elise Labott has more.
400 Sunni tribesmen who had taken up arms against ISIS, were killed in the last 48 hours according to tribal leaders. Jim Sciutto reports.
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno tells Wolf Blitzer that Russia flying planes without any communication is 'concerning'. Full story
Unusual Russian flights concern NATO
An unusual uptick in the size and scale of Russian flights in European airspace has raised concerns for NATO officials.
According to South Korean reports, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un executed party officials for watching soap operas.
Wolf Blitzer talks to the State Department spokeswoman, Marie Harf, about Belize rejecting a possible Ebola patient in their country.
With airstrikes only doing so much damage to ISIS, is the U.S. about to change its strategy? Barbara Starr reports.
North Korean government news agency says Leader Kim Jong Un has made first public appearance in over a month.