More than a dozen U.S. charities claim to have sent $40 million worth of medicine and supplies to Guatemala. But now there are serious questions about what those charities really did with their donations. CNN worked with The Tampa Bay Times and The Center for Investigative Reporting to get answers. Drew Griffin has the latest on the investigation.
Jury deliberations in the Michael Dunn trial could begin as early as tomorrow. Dunn is charged with first-degree murder, and admits to shooting and killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis during a confrontation over loud music. But Dunn claims it as self-defense. Martin Savidge has the latest on the case Dunn's lawyers presented in court.
John Berman discussed Dunn's self-defense claims with former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin.
It seems unthinkable. A vet at a Copenhagen zoo shot and killed a two-year-old giraffe. An autopsy was conducted in front of an audience including children, then the remains were fed to lions and other big cats. Zookeepers say they had a "surplus problem" and decided to kill the giraffe to prevent inbreeding. The Columbus Zoo's Jack Hanna is outraged. He says, "I can't compare this to anything I have seen in the zoo world."
Newly uncovered documents on the Lewinsky affair apparently show what Hillary Clinton was saying about the situation behind closed doors. The papers belonged to a late close friend of Hillary Clinton's. But CNN political commentator, investigative reporter and Hillary Clinton biographer Carl Bernstein discussed the documents and said, 'What we have here is a lack of context.'
Randi Kaye takes a look back at the Lewinsky affair.
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma spoke with AC360 about his remarks on what he thinks it would be like to have a gay teammate. Two weeks ago, in an interview with the NFL Network, he questioned how an openly gay player would change the league's locker room culture. That was before former Missouri All-American defensive lineman Michael Sam, who is preparing for the NFL draft, revealed he is gay. John Berman spoke with Jonathan Vilma and former Minnesota Viking Chris Kluwe.
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