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Wolf Blitzer pays tribute to his good friend and long-time colleague Bernard Shaw as he is inducted into the Hall of Fame of the National Association of Black Journalists.
In an exclusive report, CNN Investigations' Chris Frates discovers how the man at the center of the G.W. Bridge scandal was given a job that never existed before - as an appointee of the Christie administration.
As the first subpoenas were issued in the investigation into Chris Christie's administration, the New Jersey governor returned to his duties in his home state, saying nothing will keep him from doing his job. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
Loretta Weinberg, the Majority Leader of the New Jersey State Senate, says she thinks Gov. Chris Christie has helped create a bad political environment in the state - and expresses her total outrage against the New Jersey Port Authority.
In an extensive interview with Wolf Blitzer, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates talks about the nuclear deal with Iran, his biggest regrets on the job, and the emotional toll the role has taken on him.
In an extensive interview with Wolf Blitzer, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates talks about the war in Iraq, politics in Washington, and his distaste for Congress.
After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that pregnant women avoid the water in West Virginia, many residents are questioning whether the water is safe for anyone to drink. CNN's Jean Casarez reports on the continuing concerns of contamination there after last week's chemical leak.
Hillary Clinton may be the frontrunner to be the Democrats' nominee for president in 2016, but not if Republicans have anything to do with it. Some GOP members are creating fire for the former Secretary of State over a new Benghazi report. CNN's Elise Labott reports.
The Air Force's nuclear arm has faced a number of scandals in the past year or so. CNN's Brian Todd looks at how the tedious nature of the job could have led to the most recent - where officers cheated on a proficiency test.