In the wake of controversy targeting Rush Limbaugh, the right takes aim at comedian Bill Maher.
A breakdown of Republican delegates, an official visit by the UK prime minister, and the booming video game industry all headline today’s program.
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich thanks everyone for their support before heading off to prison.
CNN’s Brian Todd reports on new video of a flight attendant’s meltdown and newly released 911 tapes.
A Goldman Sachs executive quits in anger and in the pages of the New York Times. CNN’s Mary Snow reports.
After a day of White House talks, President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron vow to press on with the mission in Afghanistan despite the deadly shooting rampage by a US soldier, even as they stress NATO’s role there is shifting. (March 14)
Here’s the latest news for Wednesday, March 14th: Jury finds Va. Tech negligent; Accused soldier leaves Afghanistan; Obama, Cameron outline NATO shift in Afghanistan; Clooney takes star power to Capitol Hill.
Occupy Wall Street activists targeted a Mitt Romney fundraiser at a luxury Manhattan hotel on Wednesday, denouncing the Republican presidential candidate but also taking shots at all the contenders. (March 14)
Rick Santorum says he has momentum and doesn’t believe he’s mathematically out of the race for the GOP nomination.