In a CNN Freedom Project exclusive, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sat down with CNN’s Jim Clancy (@ClancyCNN) to discuss the recently released 2011 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report.
During Monday's TIP Report news conference, Ambassador-at-large for Human Trafficking Luis CdeBaca commented on CNN's Freedom Project initiative, calling it 'innovative'. Watch it here.
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Larry King sits down with the cast of Harry Potter leading up to the world premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. The one-hour special, airing July 10 at 8 and 11pm ET will feature interviews with Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton, Helena Bonham Carter and Robbie Coltrane, as well as never before seen footage from the film days before its worldwide premiere. Additionally, James and Oliver Phelps, who play the Weasley twins, take viewers on a tour of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at the Universal Orlando Resort and interact with fans on the eve of the final Harry Potter movie. The special will also air on CNN International. FULL POST
Former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey tells "In the Arena" host Eliot Spitzer that most politicians are behind the public on accepting gay marriage.
Jessica Yellin will join CNN’s White House unit, it was announced today by Sam Feist, Washington bureau chief and senior vice president. Yellin begins her new assignment as chief White House correspondent immediately.
“Jessica Yellin has emerged as one of the leading political reporters in Washington, ” said Feist. “Jessica’s assertiveness along with her clever insight made her one of the top reporters of the 2008 campaign and has already set her apart in her reporting on the 2012 campaign. We’re thrilled Jessica will now bring her outstanding political journalism to our White House coverage.”
“This is a dream assignment,” said Yellin. “I’m honored CNN is putting its faith in me and humbled by the responsibility of covering the White House during these challenging times—and as we head into an election. I look forward to providing our viewers an honest assessment of the policies and the politics that affect our lives everyday.”
Anderson Cooper, John King, and Gloria Borger discuss the presidential candidacy of GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann.
In this rare sit-down, the music superstar opens up about her childhood, skyrocketing career, husband Jay-Z, new album and turning 30 this coming September. She is embracing her 30th, telling Piers, "I feel like a women, I feel aware of who I am..."
She goes on to talk babies and if they are in her future.
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CNN is the ONLY U.S. television network in Yemen at this time. This is ahead of Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh reportedly making his first media appearance some time in the next 48 hours, since being seriously wounded in an attack on a mosque in his compound in June. Sr. Intl Correspondent Nic Robertson (@nicrobertsoncnn) and Mohammed Jamjoom (@jamjoomcnn) are in Sanaa, Yemen.Yemen reports killing 5 al Qaeda members
Tonight, the one and only Beyonce is our guest for the hour. In this rare exclusive interview she chats with Piers about her legendary music career, fame, race, her marriage to Jay-Z, and her new album "4". In this preview clip, Beyonce describes the power of the Obama Inauguration moment in 2008, and goes on to explain how race has affected her career: "At least with my career, I've kind of broken barriers, and I don't think people think about my race..."
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New York becomes the sixth and largest state to legalize same-sex marriage. We watch the dramatic 33-to-29 vote unfold in the N.Y. Senate.