A matchmaking recruiter charged with helping to run a brothel in a high-profile NYC prostitution case has been on vacation, not the lam, her lawyer said Tuesday. Jaynie Baker returned to New York and pleaded not guilty at her arraignment. (March 13)
CNN’s Lisa Sylvester reports on the strategy behind one Ohio lawmaker’s proposal to limit men’s access to Viagra.
Republican strategist Chip Saltsman on which candidates have the most to win and lose in Tuesday’s southern primaries.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington State is one of the largest military installations around, spinning out troops for Iraq and Afghanistan. But the strain of multiple deployments may be pushing some there to commit violent acts. (March 13)
As President Obama calls the killings in Afghanistan “murder,” CNN’s Chris Lawrence looks at the investigation.
Most New Yorkers think the NYPD was effective in fighting terrorism, and a majority say the NYPD has acted appropriately in its dealings with Muslims, according to a poll released after a series of stories by the AP. (March 13)
CNN’s John King looks at data from early exit polls in the South to see what issues are important to Southerners.
In an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Mitt Romney says that Rick Santorum is “at the desperate end of his campaign.”
Mar. 13 – Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox says the Federal Reserve’s bank stress test results will allow investors to separate the goats from the sheep and the tests are capitalism at its finest.