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CNN's René Marsh reports that evidence recovered from the UPS plane crash has been taken to Washington for examination.
After many on the left were outraged about a rodeo clown that mocked Pres. Obama, the right has fought back, calling it "worse than political correctness" and supporting the clown's right to free speech. CNN's Athena Jones reports.
CNN's Chris Lawrence reports on an illicit affair between an Army general and one of his junior officers that ultimately led to charges of sexual assault.
Former Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul discusses the future of the GOP with Wolf Blitzer, saying that he wouldn't support Chris Christie if he was the nominee and that his son Sen. Rand Paul is "certainly capable" to be commander-in-chief.
Brian Todd reports on a Time magazine article that reveals new details about the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech.
Sen. John McCain criticizes the Obama administration's handling of Egypt, arguing that "We violated our own rule of law" and "undercut our own values" by not calling the overthrow of Pres. Mohamed Morsy's government a "coup."
Wolf Blitzer asks two top diplomats, former State Department press secretary P.J. Crowley and former Middle East negotiator Aaron David Miller, if the United States should ends its annual $1.6 billion-dollar military aid package to Egypt after the recent surge in violence.