CNN Interviews Podcast
The man who discovered Whitney Houston02/15/12
It was Gerry Griffith who first took notice of Whitney Houston singing in a small club and he pushed to get her signed with Arista Records. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield talks to Griffith about discovering Houston.
How to keep U.S. jobs from going to China
Scott Paul, the Executive Director at the Alliance for American Manufacturing, tells CNN's John Defterios that the success of China's workforce has been paid for with U.S. jobs.
Violence escalates in Syria
CNN's Kyra Phillips looks for more information about the state of affairs on the ground in Syria.
NASCAR rides through slow economy
NASCAR CEO Brian France explains to CNN's Poppy Harlow why the sport has such a loyal following and how new drivers like Danica Patrick help make the sport more appealing.
Gloria Estefan remembers Whitney Houston
Gloria Estefan tells HLN's A.J. Hammer she was always a 'huge fan' of her good friend Whitney. She also talks about the pressures in an ever changing music industry.
China VP meets with Obama
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping arrived at the White House Tuesday for talks with President Obama. CNN's Soledad O'Brien asks Forbes columnist Gordan Chang about this visit.
President Obama's Plan to Waive No Child Left Behind Laws
CNN's Education Contributor Dr. Steve Perry tells CNN's Soledad O'Brien why he disagrees with President Obama's plan to waive the No Child Left Behind Law for qualifying states.
Whitney Houston Remembered
A panel including Rolling Stone contributing editor Joe Levy, Huffington Post's Arianna Huffington and Whitney Houston's Godmother singer Darlene Love recall the icon's life and tragic death with CNN's Soledad O'Brien.
Struggling with addiction in the public eye
In the wake of Whitney Houston's death, CNN's Randi Kaye takes a look at how addiction plays out for many celebrities in the public eye. Houston had long struggled with drug addiction.
Group believes drones needed in Syria
Andrew Stobo Sniderman tells CNN's Kristie Lu Stout why drones are needed to monitor the human rights situation on the ground in Syria.
Victim of brutal beating explains attack
Brandon White, beating victim who was attacked for being gay, explains to CNN's Soledad O'Brien how he is coping and why he decided to come forward.
Keeping up with Kris Jenner
HLN's A.J. Hammer speaks with Kris Jenner about Kim's divorce, Kourtney's pregnancy and life on reality TV.
Breaking down England's coaching problem
CNN's Pedro Pinto talks to football journalist, Gabriele Marcotti, about the future of the English national team.
Son remembers Don Cornelius
Tony Cornelius, son of "Soul Train" creator Don Cornelius, speaks to CNN's Kareen Wynter about his father.
Sandusky neighbor speaks out
A neighbor of Jerry Sandusky talks to CNN's Zoraida Sambolin about the community's concern over the former Penn State assistant coach's closeness to a school playground.
Erin's Law: Educating children on abuse
CNN's Brooke Baldwin shines a light on child abuse by talking to Erin Merryn from Chicago. Erin is a child abuse survivor and now activist to teach children about abuse through "Erin's Law" in Illinois.
U.S. options to deal with Syria
U.S. officials have condemned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's ferocious crackdown. But will the U.S. get involved? CNN's Brooke Baldwin discusses with retired U.S. General Mark Kimmit.
Prop 8 plaintiffs continue with wedding plans
On Tuesday, a federal appeals court struck down California's "Proposition 8." Plaintiffs in the Prop 8 lawsuit Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami tell CNN's Randi Kaye they'll be ready if the fight continues.
Santorum on Tuesday sweep
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum talks with CNN's Soledad O'Brien about his wins in the Colorado and Minnesota caucuses and the Missouri primary.
BP CEO: We'd prefer to settle
BP CEO Bob Dudley tells CNN's Richard Quest the company has $36 billion set aside for lawsuits, but would prefer an out of court settlement.
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