CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports on pot growing legally in the nation's capital.
Rep. Bobby Rush was removed from the House floor for wearing a hoodie. CNN's Dana Bash reports on House attire.
CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports on the growing number of kids whose identities have been stolen.
CNN's Tom Foreman discusses what could happen if the country of Azerbaijan grants Israel access to bases near Iran.
An elephant uses a smartphone in an ad inspired by critters pawing and licking touchscreens. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
President Obama holds double-digit lead over Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum according to a new poll.
Gloria Borger discusses Romney's gaffes and Obama's health care law with CNN Contributor David Frum and ex-White House domestic policy adviser Melody Barnes.
By Wolf Blitzer, CNN
(CNN) – It’s amazed me over the years how a few words spoken by a presidential candidate potentially can have an enormous effect. I’ve been thinking a lot about that while covering the Republican race for the White House in recent months. The candidates are under enormous scrutiny – as they should be. They understandably have to be very precise.
I’ve been especially sensitive to the words uttered by candidates since my interview with then-Vice President Al Gore in March 1999. He was already running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Here’s the exchange that caused an uproar and certainly had an effect on his eventual general election race against then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush:
Herman Cain says no animals were harmed in these bizarre Web ads that use animals as a metaphor for the economy.
CNN's Lizzie O'Leary takes to the road in a simulator to demonstrate the hazards of distracted driving.