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October 20th, 2014
09:41 AM ET

See Photos From John King's Inside Politics Road Trip

CNN's John King recently traveled to Iowa, Kansas, and Colorado on an "Inside Politics" trip to gauge the impact of early voting, women's power and the GOP wildcards in November.

See pictures from the project on his Instagram page HERE and some examples below:

Mile 186: Jefferson County clerk Pam Anderson & team start processing mail & early ballots about 10 days out - but they aren't tabulated until polls close elxn night. #copolitics #CO #insidepolitics

Mile 186: Jefferson County clerk Pam Anderson & team start processing mail & early ballots about 10 days out – but they aren't tabulated until polls close elxn night. #copolitics #CO #insidepolitics

Mile 1070: Des Moines. Funny. #iowa #insidepolitics

Mile 1070: Des Moines. Funny. #iowa #insidepolitics

Mile 1120: Newton #iowa tiny jasper county gop office but busy w/ volunteers. #insidepolitics

Mile 1120: Newton #iowa tiny jasper county gop office but busy w/ volunteers. #insidepolitics

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October 13th, 2014
09:25 AM ET

Follow Michaela Pereira as She Traces Her Roots to Jamaica

Michaela Pereira’s adoption journey began when she was just 3 months old in Canada. In the past, she’s reached out to her birth parents, but for the first time, she goes in search of her heritage – which takes her all the way to Jamaica!

See behind-the-scenes photos from her trip here.

Don't miss the two-hour ROOTS special, Tuesday, October 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.  CNN.com/Roots

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RELATED: 10 things you didn't know about Michaela

 

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Your views of the 'blood moon'
October 7th, 2014
12:13 PM ET

Thank You For Sharing Your #BloodMoon Pictures

If you missed the #BloodMoon this morning, you're in luck.

Our "New Day" audience and CNN iReporters have got you covered with their shots they shared with Indra Petersons of the event.

FULL POST

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October 4th, 2014
10:35 AM ET

Hong Kong Protestors Hacked Through App

Protestors in Hong Kong have been relying on the smartphone app "FireChat" to communicate without government censorship.

But some users reported that they have recently been receiving some suspicious messages. The texts ask for specific information about upcoming protests as well as personal identity information.

"New Day Weekend" spoke with CNN digital analyst Brett Larson.

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