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December 8th, 2014
10:49 PM ET

Royal Mania: Will and Kate get rock star treatment in NYC

Britain's Prince William and Kate aren't just getting the royal treatment on their first visit to New York City - they're getting rock star treatment. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.


Filed under: International • Jeanne Moos • News
December 1st, 2014
11:11 PM ET

North Korea suspected in Sony attack

Did North Korea retaliate for a Seth Rogan movie dissing the Dear Leader? CNN's Jeanne Moos wonders who the heck hacked Sony.


Filed under: International • Jeanne Moos • News • North Korea
November 20th, 2014
08:30 PM ET

What exactly is an 'executive action'?

President Obama's decision to issue an executive order without the approval of Congress is causing a firestorm across the country.

Republicans say the move is illegal. Four governors are threatening to sue the President over his plan to shield million of undocumented immigrants from deportation

But Barack Obama is not the first President to go at it alone.

CNN's Tom Foreman has the report.


Filed under: Immigration • International • News • Politics
November 19th, 2014
09:18 PM ET

Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer: Home demolitions "do serve as a deterrent"

Israel has ramped up security after two Palestinians wielding a gun and butcher knives killed five people, three of them Americans, at a synagogue.

Officials have vowed to demolish the homes of the two attackers. Officials did demolish the home of another Palestinian who killed two people last month when he drove his car into a crowd of people standing at Jerusalem train station.

The Associated Press found the attacker's grandmother sitting in the rubble today. She told them she was proud of her grandson's actions, saying "no one should feel sorry for us, for our demolished home."

OutFront, Israel's Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer.


Filed under: International • Iran • Israel • News
November 18th, 2014
10:05 PM ET

Obama orders review of how hostage cases are handled

President Obama is ordering a review of how the U.S. handles terrorist-related hostage cases.

The big development comes as ISIS released video of its murder of American aid worker Peter Kassig, the fifth western hostage killed by ISIS since August.

The White House was quick to point out that paying ransoms is not on the table.

OutFront: Retired Air Force General Michael Hayden, who served as both director of the CIA and the National Security Agency.


Filed under: International • ISIS • News
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