CNN Interviews Podcast
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor on the SOTU01/25/12
The House Majority Leader gives CNN's Soledad O'Brien his reaction to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address.
Davos reacts to Obama's SOTU address
CNN's John Defterios and The Economist's U.S. Editor, Christopher Lockwood, discuss how President Barack Obama's State of the Union address was received at the World Economic Forum.
Trying to drive with PTSD
Army Reservist Susan Max was diagnosed with PTSD. She tells CNN's Randi Kaye driving is a very frightening activity. Driving rehabilitation specialist Marc Samuels shares techniques to cope with fear.
SOTU tradition: special guests
CNN's Randi Kaye speaks with a woman mentioned by name during last year's State of the Union address. The two talk about watching the speech in person and what happens afterward.
President Clinton's speech writer talks SOTU
President Obama will deliver his last State of the Union before the 2012 election. Michael Waldman, the head speech writer for President Clinton, tells CNN's Randi Kaye what Obama's focus might be.
2012 Oscar nominees and preview
Entertainment columnist and author, Michael Musto, talks to CNN's Anna Coren about the 2012 Academy Awards nominees.
Book offers stunning Apple revelations
Adam Lashinsky, author of "Inside Apple," talks to CNN's Anna Coren about his book.
Paterno children on father's death
CNN's Soledad O'Brien talks to Jay Paterno and Mary Kay Hort about the passing of their father Joe Paterno.
Sen. Rand Paul refuses TSA pat-down
Sen. Rand Paul set off an alarm at an airport body-scanner but then forced to leave after refusing a pat-down. He tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that "ordinary people don't need to be put through this."
Examining the impact of EU sanctions
CNN's Becky Anderson takes a look at new sanctions announced by the European Union against Iran's nuclear program.
Nike runs smoothly through rough economy
Even in the worst of economic times, the stock of Nike is up 120% in the last three years. Nike Brand President Charlie Denson tells CNN's Poppy Harlow, the company is expanding in emerging markets.
Alaska opens aerial hunting for bears
For the first time in Alaska's history, aerial hunting for bears will soon be legal. CNN's Randi Kaye talks to Jim Stratton, Director for Alaska's National Parks Conservation Association.
Libya's 'miracle' football team
CNN's Anna Coren and author James Montague discuss Libya competing in the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time since the overthrow of Moammar Gadhafi.
The life of Ethel Kennedy
CNN's Don Lemon speaks to Rory and Ethel Kennedy about the new HBO documentary, "Ethel."
Bobby Bowden reflects on Joe Paterno
Football legend Bobby Bowden shares his reaction to news of Joe Paterno's death with CNN's Fredricka Whitfield.
Newt Gingrich Talks About His Surge and Last Night's...
Republican Candidate Newt Gingrich is enjoying a surge in the polls leading up to South Carolina's critical primary. Gingrich sits down with CNN's Erin Burnett to discuss last night's heated debate and if he stands a chance in South Carolina.
Dr. Maya Angelou's New Project
Dr. Maya Angelou, one of the most celebrated African American women of all time, tells CNN's Kyra Phillips about her new Black history month project about the civil rights movement.
"Red Tails" actor David Oyelowo
David Oyelowo, who stars George Lucas's new film "Red Tails" tells CNN's Kyra Phillips that Lucas decided to finance the film himself when Hollywood refused to fund an all black cast.
Parents outraged with use of "scream room"
In Middletown, CT parents and students say that a "scream room" was being used at an elementary school. Chairman of the Board of Education in Middletown talks to CNN's Randi Kaye.
Is your boss a psychopath?
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks to Clinical Psychologist Jeff Gardere about a study suggesting there are four times as many real-life psychopaths in senior management than in the rest of the work force.
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