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That's what one of his college professors called Lateef Mungin. Our friend and colleague died last week, way too soon at age 41, leaving a hole in our hearts and our profession.
Jennifer Lawrence falls at the Academy Awards for a second time in a row and Ellen calls her out on it.
The standoff in Ukraine's Crimea region is a strange one, where soldiers appear to be standing around amid an air of calm. They wear no military insignia, but there's little doubt about who they are.
Georgia authorities have arrested 14 people they accuse of traveling with the intent to have sex with children, including a suburban Atlanta elementary school principal, according to CNN affiliates and school system officials.
A Pentagon official says the U.S. put on hold all military-to-military engagements with Russia, including bilateral meetings.
This year's Academy Awards could be called The Year of the Mom. While "12 Years a Slave" earned the Best Picture Oscar, mothers swept the date category. Many of Hollywood's hottest award contenders brought Mom along to share in their Oscar glory.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour and New York University Professor Stephen Cohen's lively discussion on Ukraine and Russia.
Ellen DeGeneres' star-studded selfie sets Twitter record and "12 Years a Slave" is named best picture.
Ukrainian sovereignty won't be the only casualty of Russian President Vladimir Putin's efforts to assert Russian influence and interest in Crimea.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to Sen. John McCain about the Ukraine crisis and what actions should be taken against Russia.
Four members of Congress are leading efforts to establish the National Women's History Museum in Washington.
The whole point of the founding of this country was that government wasn't supposed be a family business, but we've got dynasties nonetheless. The sixth American president, John Quincy Adams, was the son of the second president (John Adams), after all.
The names involved in the escalating crisis in Ukraine -- Crimea, Sevastopol, Simferopol -- make it sound far away and far removed from America's allies and its interests. But the tensions there in fact hit very close to home for the United States.
When, in 2002, Denzel Washington and Halle Berry won both lead-acting honors at the Academy Awards, pundits and spin doctors were anxious to declare that the Oscars had achieved a great black apotheosis.
The world will be watching Monday as South African amputee track star Oscar Pistorius goes on trial, charged with murdering his girlfriend inside his house a year ago.