CNN Interviews Podcast
Abuse victim takes her own life11/15/11
Eighteen-year-old Ashley Billasano sent a wave of tweets outlining a life of sexual abuse just hours before killing herself. CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with her mom about Ashley's tragic end.
Sandusky trial strategy
Criminal Defense Attorney Richard Herman analyzes what the strategies of both the defense and prosecution might be for the trial of Jerry Sandusky with CNN's Suzanne Malveaux.
Keeping children safe in large institutions
In the wake of the Penn State child abuse scandal, CNN's Suzanne Malveaux asks how parents can ensure their children are safe in large and often trusted institutions.
Implications of Penn State scandal
CNN's Christine Romans and Carol Costello get some insights into how the Penn State scandal might impact college sports more broadly.
The Kindle Fire versus the iPad
Gizmodo's Joe Brown talks with CNN's Kristie Lu Stout about how Amazon's newest tablet stacks up against the competition.
Police Spokesman on Occupy Crackdown
Rick Fulginiti, a spokesperson for the National Fraternal Order of Police, talks with CNN's Carol Costello about the nationwide crackdown of Wall Street protests.
Reporter Talks Witnessing Cain's Libya Gaffe
Martin Kaiser of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel chats with CNN's Christine Romans about being in the room for Herman Cain's interview in which he seemed confused on some basic issues.
Santorum talks Penn State and Polls
Presidential candidate Rick Santorum talks to CNN's Wolf Blitzer about his progress in the race for the White house. But first Santorum, who is a Penn State alumnus, reflects on the sex abuse scandal.
Comparing Penn State to the Catholic Church
CNN's Kyra Phillips asks CNN.com Religion Editor Dan Gilgoff about his comparison of the sexual abuse scandals at Penn State and the Catholic Church.
SCOTUS to hear health care overhaul
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux and Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin look at the arguments likely to play out in front of the Supreme Court about the government's ability to mandate health care insurance.
Anyone can be a "Recordsetter"
Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson are the authors of the new book "The Recordsetter book of Records," a collection of the world's craziest records. They talk to the CNN about the project.
Economic power grows in Asia
CNN's John Defterios speaks with an economist about the growth in Asian markets while markets in the west stumble.
Penn State a Result of Poor Leadership in America?
Penn State grad and former member of Jerry Sandusky's Second Mile foundation, Thomas Day, speaks with CNN's Christine Romans about his op-ed in the Washington Post.
Silvio Berlusconi's Former Personal Aide Speaks Out
Former Berlusconi personal aide and Italian member of Parliament, Deborah Bergamini, speaks with CNN's Zain Verjee about the state of government since the controversial ex-prime minister stepped down.
Tuskegee Airmen Share Their Story
Tuskegee Airmen, Val Archer and Leonard Hall, along with author Zellie Orr, speak with CNN's Fredricka Whitfield about the film "Red Tails" and their own personal stories.
Western black rhinos now extinct
The IUCN declared that Western black rhinos are extinct in the wild. James Deutsch of the Wildlife Conservation Society explains to CNN's TJ Holmes how this happens.
Europe crisis effect on Cisco
Cisco CEO John Chambers talks to CNN's Poppy Harlow about the growth and strategy of his company. Mr Chambers also gives his take on the crisis in Europe and how that could effect business.
McCain family mission for veterans
CNN's Alina Cho discusses the McCain mission for veteran's with Cindy McCain and James McCain who is a Marine veteran and co-founder of HonorVet.org.
Cuba Gooding Jr. Talks George Lucas' 'Red Tails'
The Oscar-winning actor chats with CNN's Ali Velshi and Alina Cho about his latest film project.
Rapper Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin
The couple featured on VH-1's "Love & Hip Hop," speaks with HLN's A.J. Hammer about the latest reality television news.
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