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Moments with Mary Ellen Mark

In the weeks before the death of renowned photographer Mary Ellen Mark, CNN joined her in New Orleans. She captured the recovery of the city 10 years after Hurricane Katrina.

'Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash dead at 86

Mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr., who received the 1994 Nobel Prize in Economics for his work in game theory, and whose life inspired the film 'A Beautiful Mind,' died in a car crash, according to New Jersey State Police.

TLC pulls '19 Kids and Counting' over Duggar scandal

Josh Duggar, the oldest of the 19 Duggar children, apologized after he was accused of molesting young girls when he was a teenager.

'Tomorrowland': Disney's optimistic view of the future

George Clooney and Britt Robertson star in Brad Bird's futuristic adventure about making a better world.

California oil spill: Company's safety record under fire

Plains All American Pipeline has been fined for previous oil spill violations across four states.

Top moments from David Letterman finale

David Letterman says goodbye to the "Late Show." Here are a few highlights.

McDonald's workers protest for higher wages

2,000 people gathered near the fast food giant's headquarters ahead of the shareholder's meeting to ask for $15 an hour.

The 'Freakonomics' solution to Baltimore unrest

How do you fix politics and education in America? Stephen Dubner, author of "When to Rob a Bank," says we need to pay them a lot more.

L.A. to raise minimum wage to $15 an hour

Los Angeles joins Seattle and San Francisco in boosting its minimum wage. Lawmakers voted for a $15 an hour increase by 2020.

Takata's U.S. recall doubles

The U.S. Department of Transportation and National Highway Safety Administration announced Tuesday that it is expanding the recall of vehicles in the U.S. equipped with rupture-prone Takata Airbags, bringing the number of affected vehicles to 34 million -- almost double the original recall. The recall is believed to be the largest in U.S. history.