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(CNN) – The most powerful people on Wall Street are members of a secret fraternity called Kappa Beta Phi, which inducts new members at a black-tie ceremony every year. The event is off-limits to outsiders.
(CNN) – Imagine the butterflies comedian Jimmy Fallon must have had swirling around his stomach when he heard an announcer belt out the words: "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon."
Fallon officially took over as the host of the show in a star-studded debut that drew more than 11 million viewers.
But while it was important to come out of the gate firing on all cylinders, many wonder if he can make the magic last.
(CNN) – The city of Kiev is literally on fire and Sen. John McCain says as the situation escalates, the United States needs to be wary of an old foe.
"Watch out for Vladimir Putin because he will try to make mischief because he believes that Ukraine is part of Russia," McCain told CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper."
Chicago (CNN) - Kain Colter actually got this idea sitting in a college classroom at Northwestern University.
The 21-year-old quarterback, soon to graduate with a degree in psychology, is taking the day off from training for the NFL draft to take the stand at a National Labor Relations Board hearing today and testify against his own university and on behalf of fellow football players.
The goal: an attempt to revolutionize the way collegiate athletes are treated.
(CNN) – One second you're on the plane, sipping a soda and leafing through a well-worn SkyMall catalogue. The next second, you're terrified and being tossed around like a sock in the clothes dryer for what feels like an eternity.
That is how passengers are describing their experience on a United Airlines flight headed from Denver to Billings, Montana.