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May 30th, 2014

CNN’s THE SIXTIES IS #1 in cable news Thursday, May 29 at both 9P and 10P

According to Nielsen Fast National data, CNN’s Original Series THE SIXTIES debuted last night as the No. 1 program on […]

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CNN’s Nima Elbagir talks to husband of Sudanese woman sentenced to death for Christian beliefs

In his first sit-down interview, Daniel Wani, the American husband of the Sudanese woman sentenced to death for refusing to […]

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May 29th, 2014

CNN and Facebook Join for THE SIXTIES

CNN and Facebook Announce Strategic Partnership for Exclusive Video and Social Media Content to Create Multidimensional User Experience CNN and […]

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Rep. Steve Israel on Shinseki: “He should reisgn, in my view”

Representative Steve Israel (D-NY) tells CNN’s Jake Tapper Eric Shinseki should resign, but resignation alone will not solve the problem.  […]

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May 28th, 2014

Tony Blinken: Obama finds latest VA report ‘deeply troubling’

CNN’s Jake Tapper spoke with National Deputy Security Advisor Tony Blinken about President Obama’s reaction to the latest report from […]

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Rep. Jeff Miller calls for Shinseki’s resgination

CNN’s Jake Tapper spoke with Chairman of the House Committee on Veteran’s Affairs US Congressman Jeff Miller (R., Fla.)   about […]

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Valerie Plame: “…there’s too many stupid things that are happening.”

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer spoke with former CIA agent, and author of “Blowback”, Valerie Plame about the disclosure of the CIA station chief. In the interview, […]

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Photo Gallery: ‘A Look Into The Sixties’ Museum-style Exhibit at NYC’s Grand Central Terminal

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McCain: Time for Shinseki to move on

Today on Wolf, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) responded to the reports that 1,700 in-need veterans were not on Phoenix VA hospital […]

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Digital video series “City of Tomorrow” highlights urban innovation

Cities all around the world are coming up with groundbreaking ways to combat issues plaguing their surroundings, such as crime, […]

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