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CNN's State of the Union panel weighs in on the IRS targeting Tea Party groups controversy.
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Margaret Carlson, Jim Geraghty, Bob Cusack & Howard Kurtz on allegations of bias in coverage of the 2012 Benghazi attack
Lola Ogunnaike, Jim Warren, Paul Farhi & Howard Kurtz pour over the media coverage of the Cleveland kidnappings.
Connie Schultz & Howard Kurtz discuss the hits and misses as journalists raced to cover breaking news out of Cleveland.
Howard Kurtz on NBC's cancellation of Rock Center, Bloomberg reporters' data snooping & the Fox News mole's day in court.
Margaret Carlson, Jim Geraghty, Bob Cusack & Howard Kurtz on the media's coverage of this week's political stories.
Amb. Thomas Pickering, Chair of the Benghazi Accountability Review Board, responds to the ongoing Benghazi hearings.
Sen. Susan Collins (R) Maine, weighs in on the ongoing Benghazi hearings.
Sen. Susan Collins (R) Maine said it was disappointing that Pres. Obama hasn't spoken out against the IRS
Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri tracks tropical cyclone Mahasen as it crosses the Indian Ocean.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif claims election victory after being deposed during a military coup in 1999.
Prince Harry continues his U.S. tour by attending the Warrior Games, a paralympic event for wounded veterans.
In a CNN exclusive, Martin Savidge speaks with Pedro and Onil Castro, brothers of Ohio kidnapping suspect Ariel Castro.
Internet sensation Charles Ramsey explains why he doesn't think he's a hero after helping rescue three women in Ohio.
A controversial hot air balloon takes flight in Australia.
A storm moving through San Antonio, Texas, drops dime-sized hail in some areas.
Colleen Stan talks about being held captive for 7 years and kept inside a wooden box for hours, evens days at a time.
The latest film adaptation of "The Great Gatsby" is reigniting America's craze for Jazz Age glamor.
Kidnapping victim, Jessyca Mullenberg Christianson talks about the healing process after being found.
Reps. Gabbard and Duckworth, both active National Guard members, react to the Pentagon's sexual assault report.