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Former football player previews draft

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Tiki Barber's take on Michael Jordan's race remarks

Former Christie aide: Kelly not architect

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Fmr. Christie aide Christina Renna told the NJ investigative committee that Bridget Kelly was not the architect behind the bridge closures. Matt Katz joins.

Former Christie aide not an ‘architect’

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A former aide from Gov. Chris Christie’s office who worked with Bridget Kelly, the staffer who sent the infamous “time for some traffic problems” email, insists in testimony Tuesday that Kelly would not have been an “architect” behind the George Washington bridge lane closure.

Former lawmaker on jobs in America

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Rick Santorum talks new book 'Blue Collar Conservatives'

Former UN leader issues rare apology

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Colin Keating, former president of the UN Security Council and New Zealand Ambassador, apologized Wednesday for the lack of UN involvement in the Rwandan genocide. Jeannette Kagame, the current First Lady of Rwanda, and activist and actress, Grace Hightower De Niro, join Tamron Hall to discuss empowering women in Rwanda.

Former CIA agent shines a light on a dark chapter

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The great Roman philosopher and politician Cicero once said, "Laws become silent in times of war." Many say the United States broke its own norms against prisoner abuse in its war on terror – undermining the U.S.'s role as a champion of human rights and the rule of law. CIA operatives called things like waterboarding "enhanced interrogation methods." But the only adequate word to describe them is "torture." A pending report on a senate investigation into the brutal interrogations has become a political football, with critics calling it "a partisan sham." But Dianne Feinstein, the head of the senate intelligence committee, says it's vital to show that the U.S. is a country that makes mistakes, but also one that has the courage to deal with them openly. In an interview with CNN’s Fred Pleitgen on Thursday, former CIA agent Glenn Carle – who worked at so-called ‘black sites’ – describes the moment the Agency became “caught-up in enhanced interrogation.” Click above to see why he says there is “no debate” over whether the method works – it doesn’t.

Former Alaska governor on ‘Hannity’

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Sarah Palin slams Paul Ryan's budget

Former veep candidates criticize one another

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In "Trenders," Bill Clinton speculates about aliens, while Ron Fournier gives his "expert" opinion. Then Ed Schultz and Rep. Mark Pocan discuss the Palin-Ryan Budget feud.

Former Egypt official touts reconciliation, puts onus on Brotherhood

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Egypt must reconcile and stamp out violence, Former Egyptian Finance Minister Samir Radwan told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday, while putting the onus for that reconciliation on the once-again-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood. “The first challenge is the political stability of the country,” he said. “This is a very daunting task because certainly the Muslim Brotherhood, who lost the power, are not willing to come to terms with that loss. And they continue to raise a big fight, using – resorting to violence.” The man who spearheaded the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood President Mohamed Morsy was the very leader Morsy had appointed to lead the military: Field Marshall Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. El-Sisi has now resigned from the military and declared his candidacy for president; elections are set for May 26. He was pictured on Monday riding around Cairo on a bicycle, having traded his uniform for a more populist track suit. “He has opened the door for an inclusive society,” Radwan said. Many, of course, disagree with that statement – chiefly members of the Muslim Brotherhood. Last week, in one fell swoop, an Egyptian court sentenced 528 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death on charges related to violent riots last August.

Former college football stars react

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Northwestern union victory shaping future of college sports?

Former presidential candidate reacts

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Mitt Romney: Russia 'playing politically' against America

West should have put boots on the ground in Libya, says former prime minister

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Western countries exercised “bad judgement” in failing to put troops on the ground during the Libyan revolution, Former Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour in an interview that aired Tuesday. “There was bad judgement on [the] part of the West for not putting too many troops on the ground,” Zeidan said through an interpreter. Amanpour clarified whether he believed that, in retrospect, he wished that the West had “put boots on the ground, forces to maintain security.” “Any means to have security will be accepted in Libya,” he said. If Libya wants stability, “we should have forces that are part of the United Nations, regional or Middle Eastern troops, or countries that have relations or connections in Libya – and if this takes place under the international community, under the United Nations, it will be accepted.” Three years after Moammar Gadhafi was forced from office and killed, control of Libya is largely in the grip of militias. Zeidan himself was forced from office by a parliamentary vote earlier this month and fled the country. He insists that he is still the prime minister.

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