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Kerry warns Netanyahu: Do not reveal sensitive...03/02/15
The Obama administration now warning the Israeli prime minister not to leak secret information in his speech to Congress.
Boris Nemtsov, outspoken Putin critic, shot dead in Moscow
One of the leading critics of Russian President Vladimir Putin shot dead on a Moscow street. Who's behind his death?
Officials fear missing teens on way to join ISIS
At least four teens have gone missing in Quebec. Investigators fear they are on their way to Syria to join ISIS. Erin Burnett reports.
FBI: Terror suspects threatened to assassinate Pres. Obama
Three Brooklyn men under arrest for threatening to assassinate the President and hijack a plane. Erin Burnett has more.
Police: Driver in derailment turned into path of oncoming train
It was just before dawn when a truck mistakenly turned into the path of an oncoming train. The impact so powerful it caused five cars to derail, including three which toppled onto their sides. 28 passengers are being treated for injuries to their...
Security stepped up at malls after new attack threat
A new terror threat aimed at malls in the U.S. Security across the nation tightened as the homeland security secretary warns shoppers.
New video shows terrorists using American humvees in Iraq
A new ISIS video shows militants launching a vicious attack using American humvees. Erin Burnett has the latest.
New details on major ground offensive against ISIS
A plan for attack. New information just coming in from the U.S. military on a major offensive against ISIS.
Iraqi official: ISIS burns up to 40 people alive
An Iraqi official tells CNN that ISIS has burned alive up to 40 people. Erin Burnett reports.
ISIS fighters launching a major new assault in northern Iraq
ISIS fighters launching a major attack in northern Iraq just miles from the oil rich city of Irbil, home to many Americans working in the oil industry.
U.S. helicopter gunships battle ISIS
U.S. helicopter gunships battle ISIS fighters over the crucial Iraqi city of al-Baghdadi. The town, taken over by ISIS today, is just miles from an important airbase...home to more than 300 American troops
ISIS advances, nearing U.S. troops in Iraq
ISIS on the offensive. The militants making progress in a key Iraqi city, just miles from an airbase with as many as 400 U-S troops. Erin Burnett has more.
Obama: ISIS will pay for death of U.S. hostage
President Obama vowing that ISIS will pay for the death of Kayla Mueller while defending his controversial policy of not paying ransom for hostages.
Massachusetts declares state of emergency
A massive snow storm hits New England. The governor of Massachusetts declares a state of emergency. Erin Burnett has the latest.
ISIS claims U.S. hostage killed in strike, shows no proof
ISIS makes a bold claim that a Jordanian airstrike killed an American hostage, a 26-year-old woman. Could she still be alive?
Jordan: Going after ISIS with "everything that we have"
Jordan ups the ante on ISIS, vowing to go after the militants "where ever they are.. with everything we have." Erin Burnett has more.
U.S. military moving more assets into Iraq to fight ISIS
The U.S. military are moving more assets into Iraq in the war against ISIS. Erin Burnett reports.
ISIS burns hostage alive, Jordan vows revenge
ISIS's most barbaric video yet. -- showing a Jordanian pilot burned alive inside a cage. Jordan vows revenge. Erin Burnett has the latest.
Prisoner swapped for Bergdahl has contacted militants
Sources telling our Barbara Starr that one of the Taliban detainees released in exchange for Bowe Bergdahl has attempted to return to militant activity.
Hagel: felt pressure from W.H. to release Gitmo detainees
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel tells CNN in a television exclusive that he was pressured by the White House to release Gitmo prisoners.
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