Co-hosts of CNN's "Crossfire," set to return this fall, Newt Gingrich and Van Jones discuss the Zimmerman verdict with Candy on State of the Union.
Ana Marie Cox, Corey Dade and David Folkenflik talk to Candy about social media's role in the Zimmerman trial coverage.
On a special preview of CNN's "Crossfire," co-host Van Jones wonders aloud, "Do I now have to dress my kid in a tuxedo so he can go buy Skittles?"
The verdict in the George Zimmerman trial ignited a national debate on race and civil rights. Today on “State of the Union,” NAACP President Ben Jealous told us “it feels so off that our young people have to fear the bad guys and the good guys.” Governors Rick Perry (R-TX) and Pat Quinn (D-IL) weighed in on the verdict, and their ongoing battles with state lawmakers. Perry defended the controversial abortion bill that passed the Texas legislature last week saying it isn’t anti-women. Congressmen Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) and Chaka Fattah (D-PA) told us about their conversations with president Obama this week.
Martin family attorney Daryl Parks says now is not the time to discuss bringing a civil lawsuit against George Zimmerman.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry tells Candy his thoughts about fostering strong business climates in his state and others.
IL Governor Pat Quinn is standing by his decision to cut off state lawmakers' paychecks until they pass pensions bill.
Texas Governor Rick Perry defended his state's efforts to put new restrictions on abortions. The Governor also reacted to statements by abortion-rights supporter Wendy Davis, a Texas state legislator.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn reveals to CNN's Candy Crowley that the Texas governor's favorite subject is Rick Perry.
Governors Rick Perry of Texas and Pat Quinn of Illinois react to the verdict in the George Zimmerman murder trial.