CNN’s Brooke Baldwin reports on a mystery that began in small towns across the Midwest. Several young girls went missing. Some were found murdered. Others were never found at all. And all of these cases went unsolved. Investigators believed only one man knew what happened. To get answers, it would take a risky, unusual plan: send a convicted drug dealer undercover into a dangerous prison to befriend an alleged serial killer. At stake: answers, peace for grieving families, and one man’s freedom.
CNN PRESENTS: How To Catch A Serial Killer airs Sunday, Feb. 5 at 8:00pm, 11:00pm, and 2:00am. All times Eastern.
GOP presidential candidate and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich spoke with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer today about his thoughts on Donald Trump’s endorsement of Mitt Romney, if Pres. Obama should get credit for the recent drop in the unemployment rate and much more. Highlights from the interview are after the jump.
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Anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and John King will headline coverage from the CNN Election Center for the network’s live broadcast of America’s Choice 2012: The Nevada Caucuses as the Republican presidential campaign and CNN turn west Saturday, Feb. 4. Coverage will begin at 7 p.m. ET, immediately following a live, special edition of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer at 6 p.m. ET. At 11 p.m. ET, Don Lemon will anchor a live edition of CNN Newsroom.
Chief political correspondent and anchor Candy Crowley will provide coverage from the Washington bureau, while chief White House correspondent Jessica Yellin will provide updates on reactions from the Obama campaign. Senior congressional correspondent Dana Bash has been reporting live from locations around Nevada in the week leading up to the caucuses. At the candidates’ Nevada campaign locations on Saturday will be: chief national correspondent Jim Acosta at Romney headquarters, White House correspondent Brianna Keilar at Gingrich headquarters, and national correspondents David Mattingly and Gary Tuchman at Paul and Santorum headquarters, respectively. Political reporter-at-large Peter Hamby will report throughout the day from the Nevada GOP “nerve center,” where caucus results will be tallied. Political director Mark Preston will be on hand from the CNN Election Center.
Chief political analyst Gloria Borger and senior political analyst David Gergen, alongside CNN political contributors Erick Erickson, Roland Martin and Will Cain, will provide insight and analysis from the CNN Election Center. CNN political contributor John Avlon and political editor Paul Steinhauser will be live from Las Vegas.
Full details after the jump.
Starting Point anchor Soledad O'Brien and panel examine Romney's message on entitlement programs, 'safety nets' and the fall out from his comments on the 'poor.’
National Journal Editorial Director Ron Brownstein says, “Just to be clear, I think the core point is, when Mitt Romney said to Soledad – I'm going fix the safety net if there are holes in it. The essence of his agenda on these issues has been to retrench spending and to retrench the federal role on these issues.”
O’Brien follows up, “It looked contradictory to what we know.”
Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien airs week mornings from 7-9am ET on CNN.
Less than two days after Mitt Romney suggested he doesn't care about poor people, former Senator Rick Santorum had a chance to share his reaction, in a live interview with Piers Morgan last night: "This is occupy Wall Street kind of talk," said Santorum from Nevada. "A president cares about everybody!"
Joining Piers Morgan in advance of Saturday's upcoming caucus, Santorum went on to address the former Massachusetts governor directly, denouncing his recent comments: "To suggest that you don't care about them as long as they have some safety net, is something that I reject, outright!"