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Cain 'I've never held public office!'
Presidential candidate Herman Cain exclaimed in Iowa that he has never held public office and that's a good thing.
Pawlenty campaign never found groove
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on the rise and fall of Tim Pawlenty's presidential campaign.
Playing politics with the military
Are GOP presidential candidates Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry playing politics with their comments about the military?
'The U.S. government is not a charity'
Garrett Gruener is the director of the venture capital firm Alta Partners but he supports increased taxes.
Sarah Palin weighs in on GOP debate
At the Iowa State Fair, Sarah Palin talks Michele Bachmann, the GOP debate and whether she'll run for president.
Romney defends 'corporations are people'
Mitt Romney defends his stance against taxes on businesses by saying that corporations are made up of people.
Don Lemon Shoved by Bachmann Camp
Michele Bachmann was at the center of a shoving incident at a campaign event in Iowa that involved CNN anchor Don Lemon.
Why is Jon Huntsman being called vanilla?
CNN's John King talks to GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman about the reviews of his first GOP debate performance.
Perry takes aim at Obama administration
Gov. Rick Perry comes out swinging against the Obama administration as he prepares to announce his run for president.
Obama Put the American people first
President Obama says it is time for Congress to act on his proposals and get Americans back to work.
Toomey Govt. should get out of the way
Sen. Pat Toomey says federal regulation is part of the job problem and it's time for government to get out of the way.
4,000 FAA workers face weeks without pay
CNN's Ted Rowlands speaks to one of the 4,000 FAA employees out of a job until Congress passes a funding extension.
LaHood 'Congress didn't do its work'
CNN's John King talks to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood about the furlough of thousands of FAA employees.
Celebs sing 'Happy Birthday' to Obama
Jennifer Hudson, OK Go and Herbie Hancock sing "Happy Birthday" to President Obama to celebrate his 50th birthday.
Obama Debt issue 'self-inflicted wound'
At a DNC fundraiser, President Obama says there's no time to play politics when there's work to be done on the economy.
Senate moderates unhappy with choices
Sen. Joe Manchin tells CNN's John King why he would vote "no" on both the Boehner and Reid deficit plans.
Sen. Paul Balanced budget 'all we want'
CNN's John King asks Sen. Rand Paul why he thinks the Democrat and GOP deficit plans aren't worth his vote.
WH briefing gets 'testy' over debt deal
WH spokesman Jay Carney gets grilled on the debt deal as deadline draws near.
Bank examiner 'You're right to worry'
Federal bank examiners and executives from S and P and Moody's testify about the impact a U.S. credit default would have.
Debt limit doozies
Debt debacle dispenses doozies from rap videos to crime movies. Jeanne Moos reports.
Tea Party leaders respond to debt deals
Tea party members gathered in Washington in an effort to remind politicians to "hold the line" with any debt deal.
Zakaria The whole world is watching
CNN's John King asks Fareed Zakaria what the global consequences would be if a debt deal is not made in U.S. by August 2
Obama World must fight terror together
After a deadly bombing in Oslo, President Obama says the international community must join together to combat terror.
Educator fired for shunning congressman?
Christian Cutler says he was fired from his job after a run-in with Rep. Louie Gohmert.
Lobbyists battle amid deficit cuts
As U.S. politicians try to work a deal to slash the deficit, there's a flurry of lobbyists fighting to be spared cuts.
Herman Cain against proposed mosque?
CNN's Joe Johns reports on Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain's recent claims about Muslims and mosques.
Republican social issues in 2012
CNN's John King discusses the role of social issues in the 2012 Republican presidential race with a bipartisan panel.
Gadhafi Brega will be 'hell'
The Gadhafi regime tells CNN's Ivan Watson that the key town will be "hell" before they let it fall into rebel hands.
Dealing with the debt talks
Howard Kurtz, Jonathan Karl, and Julie Mason discuss reporting on the debt ceiling solely through leaks.
Palin movie opens in 10 cities
Movie goers and the film's director talk about "The Undefeated," a film about Sarah Palin.
President Obama and family go to church
The first family attended St. John's Episcopal Church near the White House.
GOP criticizes threat to Social Security
House Republicans urge cuts to solve the debt crisis and condemn President Obama's threat to social security payments.
Obama 'Still pushing for a big deal'
President Obama says its time to 'seize the moment' on debt and deficits and fix America's finances.
Broun No compromise on tax issue
CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks with Rep. Paul Broun of Georgia on debt talks and the GOP position on tax increases.
CNN reporter caught in crossfire
CNN's Ben Wedeman tells John King how he was caught in the crossfires between Gadhafi and rebel forces in Qawalish.
McConnell 'Smoke and mirrors'
Sen. Mitch McConnell calls the Democrats' plans for the debt ceiling "smoke and mirrors."
Dems American people will end up paying
House Democrats say the American people will suffer the longer the GOP stalls over the debt ceiling.
Carney Need to decide what bills to pay
Press Secretary Carney defends President Obama's comments that social security checks may not go out on August 3rd.
Behind the scenes of debt negotiations
Sen. Dick Durbin gives CNN's John King his inside view on the president and Congress's ongoing debt negotiations.
Taking on the budget
President Obama talks about working with the republicans to reduce the deficit during his weekly address to the nation.
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