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Wolf Blitzer talks to Kenneth Bae's sister Terri Chung, who hopes the release of his taped "confession" from North Korea is the first step to his release.
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Former first lady Barbara Bush talks about the bond that has blossomed between her husband and Bill Clinton - once fierce political enemies - and how Clinton has become part of the family. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
Russia and the U.S. are investigating whether Doku Umarov - the terrorist often called Russia's "Osama bin Laden" - will make good on a threat to attack the Winter Olympics in Sochi. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
The Republican National Committee will consider a plan pushed by conservatives to tackle the abortion debate head on, stop shying away from their pro-life positions, and challenge the Democrats' narrative of a GOP "War on Women." CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
Gov. Chris Christie began his second term facing both a winter storm and a political storm over the bridge scandal and more. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
Wolf Blitzer is joined by an expert political panel - John King, Gloria Borger, and Charles Blow - to discuss Governor Christie's drop in the polls and President Obama's recent comments on race.
While the warring parties are set to meet in Geneva for peace talks, the people of Syria face starvation, a lack of medical care, and intensifying violence that blocks life-saving aid from getting to those in need. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen is on the ground in Damascus, visiting one of the most distressed refugee camps.
The Russian government is advising Sochi residents to be on the lookout for possible terror suspects at the Olympics as some U.S. politicians warn Americans to stay away from a Winter Games that they say will be dangerous. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.