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Celebrities, paparazzi and the world's media are congregating in Venice for the widely anticipated wedding weekend of a man long considered Hollywood's most eligible bachelor: George Clooney.
U.N. Women's Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson discusses gender inequality. Hear the full speech: http://cnn.it/1ponPe7
After being convicted of murdering three people, a man screams at the jury. CNN affiliate WWLP reports.
Video shows a South Carolina trooper shooting an unarmed man after stopping him for an alleged seat belt violation.
A policewoman describes an earlier encounter with Alton Alexander Nolen, a suspect in the beheading of an Oklahoma woman.
CNN's Phil Black gives a live look at ISIS militants near the Turkey-Syria border as refugees cheer on Kurdish fighters.
British jetfighters have been sent to fly over Iraq and "are now ready to be used in an attack role as and when appropriate targets are identified," the UK Ministry of Defence said Saturday.
A man was shot by a South Carolina Trooper when he reached into his car for his license. Martin Savidge reports.
Xiaolongbao translates to "small, steaming basket buns." Bourdain calls them "pillows of happiness." See 9/28, 9p ET/PT
Every day I commute into the city along with hundreds of thousands of other New Yorkers. On my walk to the subway, I pass by a homeless man. For months and months, I walked by him and felt bad about it.
Jesse Matthew, a suspect in the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, is being held in isolation in a Virginia jail cell, authorities said Saturday.
A doctor in rural Liberia inundated with Ebola patients says he's had good results with a treatment he tried out of sheer desperation: an HIV drug.
Chelsea Clinton has given birth to a daughter, according to a post on her confirmed Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Most Americans had never heard of the Khorasan group until this week, when President Barack Obama announced that U.S. airstrikes in Syria had targeted the "seasoned al-Qaeda operatives." U.S. officials said that the Khorasan group was actively plotting to conduct an attack in the United States or Europe.
The man accused of setting a fire in an air traffic control center that snarled air travel in Chicago airports sent a message to a relative just before he started the blaze, the FBI says in an affidavit.