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Congressman Peter King, R-New York, and the latest on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight.
(CNN) – Dozens of American sailors and Marines who served in the Navy's mission are now reporting a series of serious health issues following their deployment to Japan to aid victims of the tsunami.
Now, they're suing Tokyo Electric Power Company, or TEPCO, saying the company was anything but forthcoming with the threat the citizens of Japan – and the American service members trying to help them – truly faced.
Washington (CNN) - Thousands of protesters marched through the snow and ice Wednesday, hoping to change minds on abortion - an issue that has divided the country for decades.
Since the case was decided in 1973, anti-abortion activists have come to Washington, D.C., every January to protest on the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade.
"Our theme this year is adoption, and that adoption is a noble decision for a birth mother," said Jeanne Monahan, the newly installed president of March for Life.
(CNN) - The new film "Lone Survivor" opens Friday in theaters, and is expected to take the weekend box office.
The movie stars Mark Wahlberg, and details real life Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell's incredible fight for survival, and the deadly battle that claimed the lives of 19 troops.
CNN's Jake Tapper recently sat down with Luttrell and Wahlberg in New York to talk about the film, and at one point it got a little tense.
(CNN) - "Insane Clown Posse" is a horror core band mixing rap, heavy metal, and heavy make-up. Their songs often focused on homicidal themes.
The Detroit based duo, "Violent J" and "Shaggy 2 Dope," formed two decades ago and has sold millions of albums.
They've also inspired an intensely loyal following among their fans who call themselves "Juggalos," and share a subculture, and a love of face paint.
(CNN) - The cast of "Duck Dynasty" is back at work making duck calls and pulling pranks on each other, shooting their fifth season of the hit reality show for A&E.
The cable network reinstated family patriarch Phil Robertson after suspending him over comments he made to GQ magazine suggesting that African Americans in the deep South were happier before the civil rights era, and arguing that homosexuality is a sin.