NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen weighs in on the mission in Afghanistan moving forward: NATO must operate abroad to defend interests.
NATO must be willing to be involved in conflict away from the immediate geography of the member nations, the group's secretary general told CNN's Candy Crowley on Sunday.
Rasmussen was responding to a Security Clearance article by CNN Foreign Affairs Reporter Elise Labott which reported that the decade-long NATO involvement in Afghanistan has produced what some have described as collective fatigue among European allies and questions about whether NATO should be involved in conflicts outside of Europe's backyard.FULL STORY
Candy gives her take on news made on today's show with Obama 2012 Senior Adviser David Axelrod, RNC Chair Reince Priebus, Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and Barbara Boxer, and NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen. Plus get a preview of next week's Memorial Day special.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus says Obama deserves credit for killing Osama Bin Laden, but doesn't when it comes to his record on job creation.
"President Obama's private business experience hasn't seen the inside of a lemonade stand. And so I think it's time to put someone in the White House who understands how job creation works in this country. And that's Governor Romney. ... Mitt Romney has created - has helped create more net jobs in the state of Massachusetts as governor than Barack Obama has helped net create in the entire country. ... If David Axelrod and this president want to make this campaign about jobs, which is what we want it to be about desperately... there's no chance that Barack Obama wins the presidency in November"
CNN's Dana Bash and The New York Time's Jeff Zeleny discuss politics and the 2012 campaign.
Senators Barbara Boxer and Kay Bailey Hutchison weigh in on the challenge of getting things done in Washington.
CNN confirms Addel Basset al-Megrahi, the only person convicted in connection with the Lockerbie bombing, has died. CNN's Nic Robertson, Senators Barbara Boxer and Kay Bayley Hutchison weigh in.
Sen. Boxer on whether justice has been done in the Lockerbie case: "I don't believe so. ... I have listened to the families. They feel some type of closure, but they also believe that there are more leads that have to be followed. And one thing we know about our country, we'll come after you. So we need to keep on searching. We really do."
RNC Chair Reince Priebus responds to the fallout from the proposed Rev. Wright ad campaign
"It's the Democrats and Barack Obama that want the story out there. He wants this story to play out in the media because for every day that David Axelrod and this president don't have to talk about their broken promises when it comes to jobs, the debt, and the deficit, and the more time they can spend talking about talking about hypotheticals that may or may not come true, is a day that they want to win on."
David Axelrod weighs in on a GOP plan to reintroduce Rev. Wright into the campaign and says Romney's faith should be off the table.
“We've said that's not fair game. And we wish that Gov. Romney would stand up as strongly and as resolutely consistently to refute these kinds of things on his side.”
David Axelrod weighs in on the Obama campaign ad against Bain Capital and Mitt Romney's business record.
It's the end of a school year and the beginning of a general election campaign. The campaign trail runs through commencement.
Candy takes a look at the commencement speeches of 2012.