Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo and pilot John Lucich on if psychological testing should be included in pilot clearance.
Retired police officer Lou Palumbo shares his expertise on the police surveillance tape of George Zimmerman after he shot Trayvon Martin. Palumbo also responds to Zimmerman's father's claim on what happened on the night of the shooting.
Palumbo also explains the limits of power that neighborhood watch volunteers typically have.
Fmr. Shell CEO and head of Citizens for Affordable Energy John Hofmeister explains what is driving gas prices higher, and says citizens need to be activated to find energy solution to oil.
Elaine and David McClain and attorney Matt Morgan explain why they were forced from their homes for their own safety after an erroneous tweet claimed their address was George Zimmerman's home.
Lee Hirsch, director of the documentary "Bully," tells Soledad O'Brien about the battle over the rating for his movie, and says we need a better way to describe the abuse faced by school kids.
Hank Haney, former coach for Tiger Woods, talks about his new book "The Big Miss" and working with the famed golfer.
A video remix combines speeches by President Obama to sound like the LMFAO song "Sexy and I Know It."
CNN senior legal analyst Jeff Toobin talks about the ranging predictions for the SCOTUS decision on the health care law.
Soledad O'Brien explains the chances of winning the $500 million Mega Millions jackpot are 175,711,536 to 1.
Fmr. air marshal Darelle Joiner responds to the JetBlue pilot breakdown and explains typical procedure in this scenario.
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