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May 18th, 2014
01:49 PM ET

Can the tea party stand the test of time?

Anita Dunn, Newt Gingrich and Amy Walter on the Kentucky and Georgia primaries and whether tea party power is waning.

Filed under: 2014 • Amy Walter • Anita Dunn • Newt Gingrich • TEA Party
May 18th, 2014
01:47 PM ET

Intel Chair: Terror is up worldwide

Intelligence Committee Chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein on NSA spying and the threat of terror worldwide.

May 18th, 2014
01:12 PM ET

Gov. Patrick: I'm not a candidate in 2016

Gov. Deval Patrick on a possible 2016 presidential run "I'm not a candidate...this is not the time that's right for me."

Filed under: 2016 • Deval Patrick • Newsmakers • State of the Union
May 18th, 2014
01:09 PM ET

Gov Patrick: Equality a fundamental American idea

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick reflects on 10 years of legal same sex marraige in his state, saying "people come before their government as equals" and equality is a "fundamental American idea."

May 18th, 2014
12:38 PM ET

Feinstein condemns Nigerian government

Sen. Dianne Feinstein on the kidnapped Nigerian girls, the threat of terror from Boko Haram and what's being done (or not done).

"Boko Haram has burned down 200 girls' schools. The government has done nothing. So, if you do nothing in the face of terror, it does one thing. It brings on more terror."

Filed under: Boko Haram • Newsmakers • Nigeria • State of the Union • Terrorism
May 18th, 2014
11:58 AM ET

Feinstein: Hillary is at her "political prime"

Sen. Dianne Feinstein says Hillary Clinton is at her political prime, but said she advised Hillary not to get in the 2016 race too early.

Filed under: 2016 • Dianne Feinstein • Hillary Clinton • Newsmakers • State of the Union
May 18th, 2014
11:11 AM ET

Feinstein: 'It's a hunting mission for a lynch mob'

Sen. Dianne Feinstein describes the new House select committee to investigate the Benghazi attack as "ridiculous." "It's a hunting mission for a lynch mob."

The "word gap" in America's schools
May 17th, 2014
07:01 PM ET

The "word gap" in America's schools

By CNN's Deena Zaru

Sixty years ago today, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that racial segregation in schools is unconstitutional; however, a reality of “separate but unequal” still exists in some American schools and is tied to the racial segregation of neighborhoods.

A Pew Research Center study found that in 2010 15.9% of white students attended a majority-minority school, compared to 79 percent of Hispanic and 76.5 percent of black students.


Filed under: SOTU Extra • State of the Union
May 17th, 2014
06:31 PM ET

MA Gov on death penalty for Boston bomber

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick weighs in on using the death penalty in the case of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect.

May 17th, 2014
06:10 PM ET

Ten years of same-sex marriage

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick on the 10 year anniversary of same-sex marriages being legal in Massachusetts.

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