When it comes to the Arab-Israeli conflict, Mitt Romney has publicly endorsed a two-state solution; however, he seemed to dismiss the idea in a leaked fundraiser video when he said: "there's just no way." We're Keeping Them Honest.
CNN's John King, Dan Lothian and Jim Acosta discuss where Pres. Obama and Mitt Romney stand on the war in Afghanistan and whether the war will play a part in voters' decisions in the upcoming election.
Fmr. CIA Officer Bob Baer says he's concerned about the fate of Afghanistan and explains what he thinks the U.S. has to do to insure a safe transition. Baer is part of AC360's series "What Keeps You Up at Night," which focuses on election issues.
The grandson of former President Jimmy Carter says he helped leak the controversial footage of GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney at a private fund-raiser last May.
James Carter IV isn't saying who shot the video with a hidden camera but he says he persuaded that person to give the video to Mother Jones magazine, which released the video on Monday.
Carter tells us he tracked down the source via Twitter after seeing a short clip posted by the person of Romney talking about a factory he visited in China.
Once the source was connected with Mother Jones' reporter David Corn Carter says he stepped out of the process.
On the video, Romney talks about that Chinese factory his former firm Bain Capital purchased and made a joke about wishing he was Latino. He also argues nearly half of American voters will vote for President Obama because they get government support.
Mitt Romney told big-money donors at a California fundraiser that Obama voters believe "they are victims" and almost half are "dependent on the government." CNN Contributors Paul Begala and Ari Fleischer discuss whether Romney's statements will have an effect on his presidential campaign.
Libyan officials say they warned the U.S. about the growing extremist presence three days before the U.S. Consulate attack that killed four Americans including Ambassador Chris Stevens in Benghazi. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
In an exclusive interview, Jason Puracal sat down with Anderson Cooper to talk about the hostile conditions in Nicaragua's La Modelo prison, what kept him going, and reuniting with his family after nearly two years.
Anderson Cooper goes beyond the headlines to tell stories from many points of view, so you can make up your own mind about the news. Tune in weeknights at 8 and 10 ET on CNN.
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