In partnership with Time, CNN's Drew Griffin reports on why medical bills in the U.S. are so exorbitant, and who in the health care industry is making off with a small fortune.
Surveillance video shows a 21-year-old Canadian tourist acting oddly in an elevator before she died in Los Angeles. What clues does it hold? CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
Jeffrey Toobin and Mark Geragos debate the odds of accused murderer Oscar Pistorius being granted bail.
Pain from forced spending cuts is a week away and lawmakers are preparing their aides for the fallout that could hit them like other government workers.
"We've actually budgeted with a 10% cut in mind," Rep. Cheri Bustos, D-Illinois, told CNN last week.
Rep. Dennis Ross, R-Florida, reorganized his office in December.
"We had to let people go then because we were anticipating at least a 16% cut," he said.
But members of Congress, the very people who voted to put the automatic spending cuts in place, won't see any change to their annual salary of $174,000.
Because Congress can only change its pay by passing a law to do so.
Kenny Kunene, a friend of Oscar Pistorius, speaks out about the death of model Reeva Steenkamp.
Tony Robinson talks to CNN's Jake Tapper about being buried alive in snow but ultimately surviving an avalanche in Colorado.
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