Tyler Lillash, Chardon High School student, explains what happened on the day of the shooting.
Bobby Schostak, Michigan Republican Party chairman, weighs in on Santorum's robo calls and Romney's primary win.
Craig Scott, Columbine shooting survivor & founder of "Rachel's Challenge," on coping with a school shooting.
Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.), explains how problematic "insider attacks" are for the U.S. military in Afghanistan.
Steve Perry, Capital Prep magnet school founder, explains the steps his school takes to monitor and reach out to students.
CNN's Ali Velshi says gas is spiking because cost of oil has been going up for months without a change in price of gas.
Phylicia Rashad, actress known from "The Cosby Show," discusses the radio adaptation of "Their Eyes Were Watching God."
Mike DeWine, Ohio attorney general, discusses the Ohio shooting suspect's background and his scheduled court appearance.
"The Jesus Discovery" co-authors James Tabor & Simcha Jacobovici on their claim of ancient evidence of Jesus's resurrection.
House Homeland Security Committee chairman Rep. Peter King (R-NY) talks with Soledad O'Brien live on "Starting Point" this morning on the ongoing violence in Afghanistan. He also responds to 2012 GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich's criticism of the U.S. mission in Afghanistan, and previews Mitt Romney's chances in the Michigan primary.
House Homeland Security Committee chairman Rep. Peter King (R-NY) on the ongoing violence in Afghanistan.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) responds to Newt Gingrich's comments on U.S. military in Afghanistan.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) talks about possible outcomes for the GOP field if Mitt Romney loses the Michigan primary.
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