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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - The Situation Room
The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer is an afternoon/early evening newscast on CNN and CNN International hosted by Wolf Blitzer that first aired on August 8, 2005. The show replaces three politics and hard news programs (Judy Woodruff's Inside Politics, Crossfire (canceled on June 3, 2005) and Wolf Blitzer Reports). - Source: Wikipedia
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul acknowledged Tuesday he had failed to properly source material in published writings, including a column in The Washington Times, after a string of embarrassing plagiarism accusations surfaced in recent days.
Fox News chief Roger Ailes has stirred up some controversy in his new biography that includes critiques against Newt Gingrich, Joe Biden and President Barack Obama. The biography, by Zev Chafets, quotes Mr. Ailes as saying that President Obama “never earned a penny that wasn’t public money.”
The Situation Room host Wolf Blitzer asked his audience if a drink of water "can make or break a political career" Wednesday after Florida Sen. Marco Rubio gave his State of the Union rebuttal Tuesday night.
Tony was a real joy to have on all our programs at CNN. Even his political adversaries appreciated being on the shows with him because he was such a nice guy. He always brought lots of knowledge, charm, warmth and, occasionally, humor to our studio. Given his experiences, he was smart on virtually any subject we raised with him. And he always had good insight and a pithy thought. He also knew how to speak in smart and effective sound bites, which, of course, made him a valued guest on television.
After remaining on the sidelines of Britain's phone hacking scandal, Piers Morgan was finally drawn into it, defending himself and his former boss Rupert Murdoch.
After remaining on the sidelines of Britain's phone hacking scandal, Piers Morgan was finally drawn into it, defending himself and his former boss Rupert Murdoch. While Murdoch testified in London before Parliament, Morgan took to Twitter.
Here are the three best "theories" circling the Internet about why President Obama chose not to release the death photo of Osama bin Laden: