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The noose around the neck of the Greeks

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  • Public outcry over Cecil's death hurts dentist's business 

    After Dr. Walter Palmer admitted to killing Zimbabwe's protected lion Cecil, his business was effectively shut down by public outrage.

  • Can Cecil the Lion's death spark change? 

    Many lions are bred to be hunted by trophy hunters, who will pay tens of thousands of dollars to kill the prized animals. Activists hope that outrage over the death of Cecil the Lion will end trophy hunting for good.

  • Tom Brady slams NFL: 'I did nothing wrong' 

    Tom Brady says the NFL's allegations that he destroyed his cell phone to hide text messages concerning Deflategate are 'completely wrong.'

  • Prisoners to get Pell grant access 

    On Friday, the Education Department and Justice Department will announce a pilot program giving some prisoners access to federal Pell grants.

  • Spirit Airlines CEO: Unbundle airlines fees 

    Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza says that flyers are forced to pay for unwanted items when airlines bundle fees. He tells CNN's Maggie Lake that airlines need to be more transparent in their pricing.

  • LaGuardia Airport gets a makeover 

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announces $4 billion in new improvements to one of the most hated airports in America.

  • NTSB: Human error caused Virgin Galactic crash 

    According to a report from the National Transportation Safety Board, human error was responsible for the catastrophic 2014 crash of the experimental Virgin Galactic rocket ship SpaceShipTwo.

  • Mike Huckabee leaves Jon Stewart speechless 

    The usually outspoken host of 'The Daily Show' was left speechless by Mike Huckabee's controversial comments comparing the Iran Deal to the Holocaust.

  • Twitter takes on a life of its own 

    From Taylor Swift using it to take on Apple music, to European politicians airing their grievances on the Greek crisis, to the White House using Twitter to sell its Iran deal, the social media platform is not just a source of information on global events -- it's becoming a player in the action.