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Why just play the "Greatest Song of All Time" when you can play with it? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the amazing, interactive remake of "Like a Rolling Stone" that took the Internet by storm this week.
She's one of the last people still alive who knew Lee Harvey Oswald personally. CNN's Brian Todd searches for Marina Oswald Porter - the widow of JFK's assassin - to see if she has any insights into who her husband was or what happened on that day nearly 50 years ago.
Police have revealed new details about the bloody attack on Virginia state Sen. Creigh Deeds - stabbed more than ten times by his own son, who went on to commit suicide. CNN's Chris Lawrence investigates how shortages in the mental health care system may be to blame.
They need each other for different reasons. And yet, the relationship between Pres. Barack Obama and former Pres. Bill Clinton is complicated, to say the least - especially after Clinton chided Obama to keep his campaign promise, "If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it." CNN's Senior White House correspondent Brianna Keilar reports.
Freshman Congressman Trey Radel, R-Florida, gets probation after pleading guilty to cocaine possession. House GOP leaders aren't saying much about the arrest, but critics on the left want him gone. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
George Zimmerman is out on bail after being charged with assault and two misdemeanors in a domestic dispute case. CNN's Alina Machado reports from Sanford, Florida, on the terms of his release.
What is it like to be run over by a Ford? Not that Ford. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the "Wrecking Ball" that is Toronto's crack-smoking mayor - and his latest victim, a city councillor.
Pres. Obama's National Security Adviser Susan Rice dismisses reports that the U.S. is being required to apologize to Afghanistan for American errors as part of a bilateral security agreement that would allow the U.S. to keep troops on the ground. "There is no need for the U.S. to apologize - quite the contrary," she says.
Rep. Trey Radel, R-Florida, issues an apology to this family and his constituents after it is revealed he has been charged in a D.C. Superior Court for cocaine possession.