The Trayvon Martin case takes a turn as the man who admitted to shooting him is charged with second-degree murder. George Zimmerman's new attorney talks to CNN's Tom Foreman about what to expect next in this contentious case.
"It's now a two-person race," says GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich following Rick Santorum's withdrawal from the field. Showing no signs of dropping out himself, CNN's Wolf Blitzer asks Gingrich why he thinks he still has a chance.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper is in damage control mode after (another) on-air giggle fit. He’s apologizing to the people of Buffalo who may have thought he was insulting one of the city’s traditions, when in fact he was insulting himself. Take a look. We dare you not to laugh.
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