Atlanta is still struggling to recover from the ice storm that paralyzed the city three days ago. Schools are still closed and crews are helping thousands of motorists recover their cars abandoned along the freeways. After initially calling the storm unexpected, Georgia's Governor is now apologizing. Anderson Cooper is Keeping Them Honest.
Gary Tuchman rode along as drivers tried to reach their abandoned cars.
How could a couple of inches of snow bring Atlanta to a halt? That’s the question many are asking. Some drivers abandoned their cars on the gridlocked highway. Others spent the night sheltering wherever they could find a warm place to stay. No one can control the weather, but Atlanta's mayor is getting plenty of blame for the chaos that's still going on there.
Michael Holmes has the latest from Atlanta.
In an interview, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Mike Rogers of Michigan, suggested Edward Snowden may have been spying for Russia. Rogers offered no evidence. Snowden fired back in an interview with the New Yorker, calling the comments "absurd." Dana Bash has the latest.
Wendy Davis wants to be the next governor of Texas. The democrat shot to superstardom last June with her marathon filibuster of strict new abortion regulations. She's made her life story a centerpiece of her gubernatorial campaign. But now there are allegations she has been blurring the facts when it comes to her past. Ed Lavandera has the story.
Alfred Wright is the rural Texas father of two who vanished last November. His family found his body nearly three weeks later, two weeks after local authorities gave up searching. The local sheriff told them there was no sign of foul play. Wright's family is disputing nearly everything in the official account. Deborah Feyerick reports on a puzzling item found near Wright's body, and why some believe it might be a deadly 'calling card.' Deborah Feyerick is Keeping Them Honest.
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Part two of CNN’s Deborah Feyerick’s investigation into the death of 28-year-old Alfred Wright, a rural Texas father of two who vanished last November.
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The state of Tennessee is searching for an alleged charity scammer suspected of taking $73,000 donated to help the Newtown families.
If you know where Robbie Bruce is or have any information, please contact the FBI at 203-777-6311.
During today's press conference, Governor Chris Christie denied allegations that he is a bully. He suggested he's not the kind of politician who pushes people around. Tom Foreman takes a look at Christie's prickly public persona.
It was the vacation from hell for thousands of passengers stuck on-board the Carnival Triumph. A fire knocked out the ship's power, which meant no air conditioning, no lights, little food and water… and no flushing toilets. Conditions were so bad it was nicknamed "The Poop Cruise." Now CNN has learned that the ship set sail with only four of six generators operating and knew of a generator fire hazard across its fleet of ships. Investigative Correstpondent Drew Griffin is Keeping Them Honest.
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