This morning ten-year-old Sarah Murnaghan of Pennsylvania, who suffers from cystic fibrosis, has a new set of lungs and a new chance at life.
Yesterday Sarah underwent a six hour transplant operation receiving lungs that came from an adult donor. Doctors are pleased with her prognosis.
Chief Medical Correspondent Doctor Sanjay Gupta has more on her chances of survival, and potential complications her recovery faces.
The christening of a new Princess cruise liner this morning by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is the last solo engagement before the royal baby is due next month.
This morning Victoria Arbiter, royal family expert who grew up in Windsor and at Kensington Palace joins “Starting Point” to discuss the final appearance.
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In just a few hours, FBI Director Robert Mueller will be on Capitol Hill facing off with members of the House Judiciary Committee. They are sure to fire some tough question his way about the NSA's once secret surveillance and data mining operations.
– Dan Lothian reports
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CNN's Nischelle Turner sits down with HLN's Robin Meade to discuss her second album.
CNN's Jake Tapper is on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman and Christine Romans on whether journalists, particularly journalists from The Guardian and Washington Post, should be prosecuted in the NSA leak. He does not believe any journalists will be prosecuted in this leak even though President Obama's justice department has cited the Espionage act more times than 'all other presidents combined. No journalists have actually been prosecuted despite the more aggressive stance this administration has taken on this issue, and he 'does not expect they will do the same with Glenn Greenwald' from The Guardian in this case.
Turkish protests continue in Takim Square, as the Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan plans to meet with certain protesters.
It's no secret that many women have a long-standing love affair with shoes, but it's often more love-hate than we might admit.
For some women, no matter how painful, if the shoe sort of fits, we wear it. As long as it looks good. But what is the explanation for that culture these women choose to adopt, opting for couture over comfort? A new study is providing some answers. Christine Romans has the details.
Crews are battling five different fires across the state of Colorado this morning. Some 5,000 people living in an area threatened by the biggest of the fires have been told to leave their homes. That’s near Colorado Springs where the Black Forest Fire is burning right now.
Micki Trost, from the Colorado Office of Emergency Division of Fire Prevention Control, is live from Colorado Springs this morning with the latest developments and what to do if you live in an area prone to these situations. "Have your preparedness kits ready to go so that you can be out of your home for three days up to a week if something like this strikes," she says.
If you see a trail of ants in your home, look out. They're not just after crumbs. These little critters may be looking to munch on your electronics. A growing breed of these ants is spreading through Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida.
John Berman explains on “Starting Point” this morning.
This morning, there's new speculation about whether Hillary Clinton will actually run in 2016. It was triggered by her social media debut, more like three letters on Twitter.
Clinton’s new Twitter bio fuels talk about a presidential run all because it includes the letters "TBD".
CNN's Brianna Keilar is live at the White House with the details.