Michael Jackson's family seeks billions in a wrongful death suit against concert promoter AEG Live. Casey Wian reports.
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Gary Berntsen, fmr. CIA officer and author of author of "Jawbreaker," weighs in on the investigation into the Boston marathon bombings.
Berntsen explains why he's 'convinced' that Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would have had training to produce the bombs used at the marathon attack.
"I'm convinced that they had training," Berntsen says. "I've had training myself when I was in the agency, and when I went through special operations training. That was probably 15-20 hours of hands-on, one-on-one to build those devices. If you look at many of the big bombers around the world...all of them had accidents when they were doing this stuff."
"This was complicated...I'm certain that he [one of the Tsarnaev brothers] had training," Berntsen reiterates.
Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) on news that U.S. now believes that chemical weapons was used by Assad regime in Syria.
He's the UFC welterweight champion and is considered one of the top mixed martial arts fighter in the world. In his new book, "The Way of the Fight," Georges St. Pierre shares the things he learned on his journey to the top, both inside and outside the ring.
He writes: "Watching myself fight, I realized the line between success and failure is so narrow, it's scary. Every single time I win a fight, I better understand how the greater the risk, the greater the reward."
George St. Pierre talks with Christine Romans on "Starting Point" this morning to share more insights into his book.
Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) on a hearing investigating new information linking Boston bombing suspects to extremism in Chechnya.
Howard Kurtz & Lauren Ashburn look at the political rhetoric in the wake of the Boston marathon bombing.
Boston Globe's Eric Moskowitz on the harrowing story of carjacking victim Danny's escape from Boston bombing suspects.
Kevin White and his mother Mary Jo both suffered injuries in the Boston marathon bombing last week. Kevin's dad Bill, a Vietnam war veteran who received a purple heart for his service, lost his leg at the marathon. He remains in the hospital.
They were all standing just feet from the first explosion. But this family is not about to let this experience dictate their lives.
This morning on "Starting Point," CNN's John Berman talks with the White family about their journey towards recovery after the Boston Marathon bombing.
On "Starting Point" this morning, Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) talks about expected House vote to remedy FAA furloughs, and issues with the forced spending cuts.
On "Starting Point" this morning, Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) explains the importance of investigating possible intelligence gaps in relation to the Boston marathon bombing.