CNN's Soledad O'Brien reveals police video of an incident that resulted in the shooting death of a retired marine.
MoveOn.org insists House Republicans want to keep student loan rates low by waging war on women's health. Keeping Them Honest, Anderson Cooper digs into the numbers and facts.
Ari Fleischer and Hilary Rosen discuss the political impact of the 'war on women' Democrats accuse the GOP of waging.
The son of a retired marine who was shot and killed by police says there was officer misconduct despite the court ruling not to indict.
David Gergen and Nick Kristof discuss what's at stake for the U.S. in dealing with the Chinese activist asking for help.
Rush Limbaugh accuses Anderson Cooper of going to the gym. Anderson gives Mr. Limbaugh an answer and a spot on the RidicuList.
During Anderson Cooper's report about escaped activist Chen Guangcheng, China blocks the broadcast for the second time.
MoveOn.org says House Republicans are cutting funding for women's health care to keep student loan rates from increasing, but the numbers don't support the claim. Anderson Cooper is Keeping Them Honest.
Last week Democrats accused Republicans of waging a war on women. They say the extension of a law keeping interest rates on student loans from doubling should be paid for by taxing oil companies. Instead, the House approved a bill that would pay for the program by eliminating preventive care funding in the health care reform act.
That, Democrat leaders say, is an assault on women's health care, specifically. But, Keeping Them Honest, the funding affects everyone, not just women. Claiming the funding impacts women more than anyone else is untrue.
You can see exactly what programs are supported with resources from the Prevention and Public Health Fund for 2012 on the Department of Health and Human Services website.
The organization MoveOn.Org created an ad framing the issue as the Republicans pitting students against women. Tonight, Anderson speaks with Justin Ruben from MoveOn.Org about the issue. Watch the interview at 8 and 10 p.m. ET on AC360°.
Reporter's Note: I write to President Obama all the time, and I try to be nice about it.
Dear Mr. President,
I saw this new study from the Wesleyan Media Project about how dirty the presidential race is compared to how it was last time at this point. I’ll give you one guess as to which way the trend is going. Yep, it’s worse.
Not being snarky about it, but I guess you would know since you’re part of that process.
The Wesleyan folks mentioned that, yes, all those outside groups who are peppering the airwaves with ads for you, for Romney, against you, against him, are one reason the percentage of nasty ads is way up since the last presidential election. However, they also note that the campaigns themselves have also gone significantly deeper into the gutter with attacks.
I must say, it is a shame. I know that you want to win, and he does too. I understand that both of you and your parties are convinced that negative ads are how you reach that goal. But it just seems tragic at such a critical time, when our nation so badly needs to be built up, that two men who are vying to lead us are spending so much time and energy tearing each other down.
And every day that the two of you spend doing that is another day that you’re not…well, not leading and showing us a real path to better days.
I know that fixing the economy, taming the deficit, and figuring out what is happening in Europe and Asia is complicated. I know that it is fully possible that neither of you has the right solutions to our woes. But I’m pretty sure that ripping each other down and demonizing the other party will do nothing to help. And no matter how the race comes out, the winner is likely to face a Congress which is divided even more deeply by the bitterness of the race.
Just a little food for thought. Hope all is well. Call if you can.