Anderson Cooper previews his interview with four New York Times journalists who were held by Gadhafi forces in Libya.
On Thursday, March 31, CNN.com Tech writer Mark Milian wrote a story about Google's plans to introduce facial recognition technology into an application. After the story was published, Google issued a statement suggesting the story was a fabrication. Here is CNN's statement in response to Google's accusation:
“Google’s claims do not fit the facts of the situation. This interview was prearranged – on the record – and staffed by a Google PR rep, who raised no objections at the time and did not deny what the engineer said. Additionally, we have an audio recording of the interview, as does Google. We stand firmly behind Mark’s reporting.”
Lauren Bohn,a Fulbright fellow that has spent the last two weeks in Syria shares her conversations with Syrians and their views of the regime with CNN's Brooke Baldwin.
CNN's Randi Kaye gets perspective on radiation levels and the health risks from Prof. Cham Dallas of the Univ. of Georgia. Regarding reports of radiation in U.S. milk, Dallas responds "I'm going to Japan next week and I will get more radiation on my flight to Japan next week than you will get from drinking any of this milk that they're seeing now."
CNN's National Security Contributor Frances Townsend, Fmr. Homeland Sec. Adviser talks about high ranking Libyan official Moussa Koussa defection. Townsend, as a member of the White House met Koussa and states "The notion Moussa Koussa has defected is an undeniable win for the coalition and administration."
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the chairwoman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence spoke with CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer about Libya. This full interview will air during the 6 p.m. ET hour of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer on CNN today. A highlight and video from the interview are after the jump. FULL POSTCNN Political Ticker: Feinstein: U.S. shouldn't arm rebels
In a primetime exclusive, Anderson Cooper will interview the four New York Times journalists who were captured by the Ghaddafi regime. Cooper will chat with Stephen Farrell, Anthony Shadid, Tyler Hicks and Lynsey Addario.
The interview airs tonight on Anderson Cooper 360°at 10pm ET on CNN.
CNN International programming details for weeks 17 and 18 – including Piers Morgan Tonight, Living Golf, Future Cities and Open Court.
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