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A zone of a couple hundred square miles in the East China Sea is at the heart of growing tensions between China and its neighbors South Korea and Japan, along with the U.S. CNN's René Marsh explains what an air defense zone is and why the U.S. does not recognize the one China declared just last week.
CNN's Rene Marsh reports on a new proposal that could decriminalize marijuana use in Washington, D.C.
Thousands of North Carolina families who need welfare assistance have had their funds cut by the government shutdown. CNN's René Marsh reports on their hopes for a deal in Congress.
Cancer research, food safety, and the Head Start school program are some of the things left hurting by the government shutdown. We go around the country to CNN's René Marsh, Brian Todd, Erin McPike, and John Zarrella to see how a government shutdown is affecting you.
Government workers furloughed because of the shutdown struggle with uncertainty and financial concerns. CNN's René Marsh reports.
Just days before Americans begin to enroll in health insurance under Pres. Obama's Affordable Care Act, the debate over the law heats up on the airwaves. Opponents of Obamacare are targeting young adults with a new series of videos urging them not to enroll. CNN's René Marsh reports on the battle to control the message surrounding– and the public's understanding of– Obamacare.
CNN's René Marsh reports that evidence recovered from the UPS plane crash has been taken to Washington for examination.
CNN's René Marsh reports on the third plane crash in just over thirty days as officials are wondering if there is a common thread or any lesson to be learned.
CNN's Rene Marsh reviews safety regulations after several bus tragedies in the U.S. and abroad.
The NTSB says the nose gear hit the ground first when a Southwest jet crash-landed at LaGuardia Airport.
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