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After 30 years at CNN, Jill Dougherty is leaving to join the faculty at Harvard University. Wolf Blitzer pays tribute to his long-time colleague and dear friend.
Russian President Vladimir Putin skis in Sochi amidst fears the Olympic site could be vulnerable to terrorism.
Secretary of State John Kerry travels to the Middle East to discuss peace between the Israelis and Palestinians.
A pair of deadly blasts is raising questions about Russia's ability to handle security at the upcoming Winter Olympics.
Republicans dispute a New York Times report that found no evidence of Al Qaeda involvement in the 2012 Benghazi attack.
A prominent Ukrainian investigative journalist was beaten by unknown assailants, and the attack has drawn intense outrage from Ukrainian protestors and even the U.S. State Department. CNN's Jill Dougherty brings us two new videos, of the attack and the aftermath - a bloody, but resolute Tetiana Chornovol.
Two months after its launch, Healthcare.gov may finally be fully operational - for about 80% of users. Ahead of the November 30 deadline the administration set to fix the problems, CNN's Jill Dougherty looks at the setbacks and flaws that have plagued the site.
In his short time as Secretary of State, John Kerry has achieved some important accomplishments. So how does his ongoing term compare to that of his predecessor, Hillary Clinton? CNN's Jill Dougherty reports on the two distinct styles of achieving diplomatic success and the two legacies that will shape U.S. foreign policy for years to come.
CNN's Jill Dougherty explores why Egypt matters to the U.S. and why the U.S. isn't rushing to label the situation a coup.
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The U.S. Embassy in Egypt has been given a mandatory order for all non-essential personnel to evacuate. CNN's Jill Dougherty reports.
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