Gotta Watch: When lust and politics collide
Former Gov. Mark Sanford issues a public apology for having an affair in 2007.
May 17th, 2011
12:05 PM ET

Gotta Watch: When lust and politics collide

The admission, the apology, and subsequent request for forgiveness–we've heard them all before from politicians who've been caught with their pants down, the latest from Ex-California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.  Here at Gotta Watch, we thought we'd bring back some of the most memorable public political sex scandals.

Hiking the love trail – Someone must have forgotten to tell South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford that you can't get to Argentina from the Appalachian Trail. This so-called hike was Sanford's alibi for the trip he was actually taking to see his mistress in Argentina.

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Gotta Watch: Behind the scenes of bin Laden's killing
Top U.S. leaders receive an update on the mission against Osama bin Laden.
May 3rd, 2011
11:14 AM ET

Gotta Watch: Behind the scenes of bin Laden's killing

The hunt for Osama bin Laden that went on for almost a decade led to a final mission that was completed in a matter of minutes. But how? The mission utilized specialized troops, heavy government coordination and extreme precision. Go behind the scenes of this tactical operation in today's Gotta Watch.

Night of the killing– What really happened the night the U.S. killed Osama bin Laden?  Pentagon correspondent Chris Lawrence takes a close look at the operation that took down one of the world's most elusive and feared terrorist leaders.

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Gotta Watch: Soldier media funeral ban lifted; Cobain mourned; Facebook kidney find
The casket of Air Force Staff Sergeant Phillip Myers is transfered at Dover Air Force Base on April 5, 2009.
April 5th, 2011
11:53 AM ET

Gotta Watch: Soldier media funeral ban lifted; Cobain mourned; Facebook kidney find

Fallen soldier media ban lifted – This video shows the first coverage of a fallen soldier's transfer since 1991. Two years ago today, the casket of Air Force Staff Sergeant Phillip Myers returned from Afghanistan. Robert Gates explains his decision to allow families to decide if media could show the final return home of their loved ones. Prior to this decision made during the George H.W. Bush administration in 1991, journalists were not allowed to photograph the transfer of fallen soldiers.

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