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Several terror attacks. Deadly counterterrorism raids. And a wave of suspected jihadist arrests from France to Greece to Belgium.
While they all have different styles, modern Commanders-in-Chief have relied on recurring themes and some standard elements to convey their goals to members of Congress and the millions of American people watching the annual State of the Union address from home.
It's the hardest act in town to follow: the leader of the free world, framed by his Vice President and the Speaker of the House, delivering what is usually a fairly rousing address to both houses of Congress.
The strategy behind President Barack Obama's India trip. Race and the State of the Union speech. Mitt Romney's next steps. Sen. Lindsey Graham's big money goal. How Hillary Clinton's new team compares with her 2008 staff.
Kenyan police have fueled outrage by tear-gassing schoolchildren who were protesting over a playground.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had fluid drained from his chest cavity Monday after breaking seven ribs when he was thrown from a horse while vacationing in Africa last month.
It's a weekday morning at Yujiapu financial district in the Chinese city of Tianjin. The government spent billions of dollars on this virtual replica of Manhattan. Take a look and see what's missing: The people.
Starting in 2010, the NSA broke into and embedded malware in the networks used by North Korea's cyberspies, the New York Times reported.
A plane passenger who had recently traveled to an "Ebola-affected country" was hospitalized after a flight landed at Newark Liberty International Airport on Monday, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Some of China's new travelers are frustrated with a system not yet equipped to handle the rising demands of air travel. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
There's political unrest in Yemen, but what's new? The entire Mideast has been in turmoil for decades, especially since the Arab Spring in 2011.
From Paris to Belgium to the U.S., CNN's Kyung Lah takes a closer look at the increasing threat of police and armed guards targeted by terrorists.