Just days after we learned that hackers got a hold of 40 million credit and debit card numbers from Target, we’re learning they also got the PIN numbers. Former Executive Assistant Director of the FBI Shawn Henry talks about how concerned people should be.
A federal judge ruled that the NSA operation which collects numbers from all our phones is legal. This comes one week after another federal judge reached the exact opposite conclusion. So what happens now, and who has the final decision? CNN’s Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin has the answers.
There are 1,042 more days until the 2016 election and the CNN/ORC polling unit asked Americans who they like. The result? Hillary Clinton beats most Republican contenders, with one exception: Chris Christie. If the election were held today, those polled would put the New Jersey Governor in the White House. Political Commentators Kevin Madden, Cornell Belcher, and Political Analyst David Gergen discuss the latest polling and Americans’ disapproval with Congress.
The State Department is working to authenticate a new video that surfaced showing Warren Weinstein, an American abducted by al Qaeda in Pakistan in 2011. In it, Weinstein pleads with President Obama to “take the necessary actions to expedite” his release and to help return him to his family in the United States. CNN’s Jill Dougherty reports.
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