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Harsh words from hot-car dad’s former friend

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A former friend of Justin Ross Harris has likened him to a "monster" in an interview for NBC's "Today." Rev. Sharpton and guests discuss the latest on the story.

Former candidate reacts

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Sarah Palin on why it's time to impeach President Obama

Syria ‘a festering wound’ that fostered ISIS, says former Saudi intelligence chief

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Syria, “a festering wound that collects the worst bacteria in the world,” is largely responsible for the strength of groups like ISIS, former Saudi intelligence chief Prince Turki al-Faisal told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday. “My personal view is that the conflict in Syria particularly has been a main source of this growth in these terrorist activities.” A day after the leader of ISIS declared an Islamic “caliphate,” the group is calling on Muslims around the world to unite around its “Islamic state.” Saudi Arabia – Iraq’s neighbor and regional Sunni power – believes that will never happen, but is nonetheless sounding the alarm. “It's a terrorist organization that has specialized in brutal killings,” al-Faisal said. “So it is a danger to the whole area and I think to the rest of the world.”

‘Enough is enough,’ says wife of former Morsy aide jailed in Egypt

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Sarah Attia moved to Toronto to offer her family security, after her husband – Khaled Al-Qazzaz – was imprisoned following the military takeover in Egypt almost a year ago. He vanished among many others close to the Morsy government. Until recently, the international community has remained largely silent but a letter smuggled out of an Egyptian jail and published by the New York Times has enabled Al-Qazzaz to question the Egyptian military and the world. Attia talked to Amanpour from Canada and told her that she is haunted by fears of what the article could mean for her husband. "I've been waking up every day since this letter was published, really worrying what could happen to him next." Though she now lives in fear, there came a point when Attia and her husband could no longer stay silent. "We all reached a point where we said enough is enough - we can not sit down and do nothing anymore. Khaled has been behind bars in Egypt's worst prisons for almost a year now." Sarah and Khaled have four young children. Amanpour asked what they think about why their father was imprisoned. "They know that their father was doing a good thing," said Attia. "He used to tell them that I'm working on making Egypt a better place."

Former NYC mayor reacts

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Giuliani calls criminal case of Benghazi suspect is 'absurd'

Former Providence mayor to seek old job

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Hardball guest host Steve Kornacki talks with former Providence Mayor Buddy Cianci, who recently announced he would return to the political stage after just having been released from prison in 2007.

Former SC police chief on firing

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South Carolina police chief, Crystal Moore, said she was fired because of her sexual orientation despite the Mayor, Earl Bullard, citing another reason her release. The council planned to re-hire Moore until it was discovered that Bullard had chosen another chief. Moore and town councilman Jarett Taylor join Craig Melvin to discuss.

Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón makes economic case for tackling climate change

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Is climate change a crisis “we can’t afford to ignore”? “For most of decision-takers – either governments or businessmen – the main obstacle is on the economic side,” Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday. “So as the American campaign once said, ‘It's the economy, stupid’” – referring to the informal slogan of Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign. A growing chorus of power brokers are making the case that tackling climate change makes economic sense above all else. The latest is Former U.S. Treasury Sectary Henry Paulson, a Republican who served under George W. Bush. He has now joined an army of top U.S. business leaders with an economic analysis of doing nothing, called “Risky Business.” “It is possible, completely,” Calderon said. “We can have economic growth, poverty alleviation – we can create jobs being responsible with the environment.”

Former DC mayor shares his side of the story

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Chris Matthews talks with former Washington, D.C. Mayor Marion Barry about his new book “Mayor For Life: The Incredible Story of Marion Barry, Jr.,” which marks the first time Barry tells his side to the story of his ...

Interview with former secretary of state

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Clinton on jailed Marine, NSA, sexism, 'phony' IRS scandal

Interview with former secretary of state

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Clinton on Benghazi, whether Obama disappointed her

Interview with former secretary of state

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Clinton on capture of Abu Khatalla, night of Benghazi attack

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