As a new battle brews over government spending and debt, President Obama goes on campaign-style road swing to sell his economic plan. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew joins us.
The father of Edward Snowden makes a personal plea to the White House for his son’s freedom. A conversation with Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Dianne Feinstein about the fate of the NSA leaker.
Plus, New York Republican Congressman Peter King on GOP split over immigration and his potential 2016 white house run.
Then the sexting saga surrounding New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and the wife who is sticking by his side. Our power panel weighs in: Radio Talk Show host Chris Plante and CNN Political Commentators Paul Begala, Cornell Belcher, and Ana Navarro.
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By Jamie Gray
If the wall-to-wall media coverage of the birth of Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge proves anything, it is the American people’s unending fascination with royalty. On this side of the pond, no family has come closer to attaining regal status in the eyes of the public than the Kennedys.
For those interested in an afternoon of immersion in the Kennedy mystique, Washington’s Newseum has put together an exhibit that captures the highs and lows of John F Kennedy’s public and private life, his presidency and his untimely death in Dallas.
WEB EXTRA: A conversation on race and justice in America with Rep. Bobby Rush, Newt Gingrich, Crystal Wright, Charles Blow and Sherrilyn Ifill.
Candy Crowley pays tribute to her friend, the late Helen Thomas, a "dogged" and "fierce" pioneer in journalism.
Another packed State of the Union this week. We covered a lot of ground with Sen. John McCain; including the Zimmerman trial and “Stand Your Ground” laws, the controversial Rolling Stone cover, the situation in Syria and Liz Cheney’s Senate run.
Candy was then joined by Rep. Xavier Becerra and Rep. Cedric Richmond for a discussion about race relations in the wake of George Zimmerman’s murder acquittal and President Obama’s Friday remarks. The conversation continued with our panel, which included Newt Gingrich, Crystal Wright, Sherrilyn Ifill and Charles Blow. They were joined in the discussion by Rep. Bobby Rush.
Professor Charles Ogletree puts President Obama's recent remarks on race and violence into context.
Sen. John McCain tells Candy the cover of Rolling Stone with the Boston bomber is "stupid" and "inappropriate".
Sen. John McCain, who lost in 2008 to the first African-American elected to the White House, talks to Candy about the hope for a post-racial era. McCain said President Barack Obama's speech about race relations was "very impressive" and agreed that "stand your ground" laws should be re-examined, including those in his own state of Arizona.
"The 'stand your ground' law may be something that may needs to be reviewed by the Florida legislature or any other legislature that has passed such legislation," McCain said on CNN's "State of the Union."FULL STORY
Rep. Xavier Becerra (D) California, & Rep. Cedric Richmond (D) Louisiana weigh in about race in America.