CNN Interviews Podcast
Newt Gingrich's first debate coach12/12/11
CNN's Lisa Desjardins talks with conservative columnist and Gingrich friend Matt Towery about the reluctance of some House Republicans to support their former Speaker.
Alabama's immigration law under the microscope
CNN's Brooke Baldwin takes a look at the challenges Alabama has faced since implementing a tough immigration law and how even some supporters want it changed.
Admiral Timothy Keating reflects on Iraq War
As the end of the Iraq war approaches, Admiral Timothy Keating reflects on how it all began with CNN's Kyra Phillips. Admiral Keating led the first aerial assault known as "shock and awe.
Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III
Christine Romans sits down with the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III to talk about receiving the great honor and what's next in his career.
CNN's John Defterios takes a look at a new report highlighting some big problems in Russia's economy.
Occupy's sweet supporters
CNN's Ali Velshi and Christine Romans speak with the co-founders of Ben and Jerry's ice cream about their support of the Occupy Wall Street.
Donald Trump talks politics
CNN's Wolf Blitzer sits down with the titan of business Donald Trump. They discuss a range of topics including Iran, President Obama, and the GOP candidates.
Jay-Z talks charity, taxes and Occupy
CNN's Poppy Harlow caught up with Shawn Carter, better know as Jay-Z, at an event for his charity the Shawn Carter Foundation. They discuss some politics, the Occupy movement and his foundation.
Casey Anthony's civil attorney
Casey Anthony is back in court. Zenaida Gonzalez filed a defamation civil suit against Anthony. Anthony's civil attorney Charles Greene tells In Session's Ryan Smith the suit is "baseless."
"Jesus was a free marketer, not an Occupier"
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, wrote a piece on CNN.com called "Jesus was a free marketer, not an Occupier" and discusses this with CNN's Don Lemon.
Three women kicked of AirTran flight
Carol Gray tells CNN's Alina Cho how alerting an AirTran flight attendant her seat was broken would begin an exchange that would lead to her and two other women being kicked off the flight.
Ron Paul talks GOP race
CNN's Brooke Baldwin catches up with GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul to talk about how the race for the White House is going.
A call for gay rights around the world
CNN's Susanne Malveaux asks Boris Dittrich of Human Rights Watch if the push for gay rights made by President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton is enough to impact the world.
BET correspondent talks Herman Cain special
BET Correspondent, Emmett Miller, talks to CNN's Carol Costello about his network's news documentary on Herman Cain.
Woman to pay spousal support to her rapist
HLN's Vinnie Politan speaks with a California woman who must pay her ex-husband $1,000 a month in spousal support once he is released from jail for sexually assaulting her.
Steve Forbes of Forbes Media talks GOP race
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks with influential Republican Steve Forbes of Forbes Media. He backed Texas Governor Rick Perry for president, who is now sliding down in the polls.
Occupying private homes
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux delves into a new phase of the Occupy Wall Street movement: occupying foreclosed homes.
A mother sees where son was killed in Iraq
Nanette West tells CNN's Brooke Baldwin how she gathered the courage to head to Iraq, to the exact place where her son, First Lieutenant Kile West, died so she could understand what happened.
What makes Steven Spielberg tick?
The legendary filmmaker opens up to HLN's A.J. Hammer about his new film, "War Horse," secrets to success and what makes him cry.
Mothers of FAMU band members speak out
After the death of one of Florida A&M University's marching band members, CNN's Don Lemon spoke with two mothers about the alleged hazing that turned fatal.
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