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(CNN) – Portland, Oregon, resident Parker Bolden tells CNN's Jake Tapper what he saw after a shooting Friday at a nearby high school.
(CNN) – In a heated interview with CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" former CIA Director Michael Hayden slammed the recently released torture report, and dismissed any notion he lied Congress.
"You've got to be kidding," Hayden said in response to Senate Intelligence Committee chairwoman Sen. Dianne Feinstein's charge that he misled Congress. "I'm the one who argued within the administration, frankly, with the strong support of the president in 2006 during the summer that ... we had to go full monty to the committees."
(CNN) – Former CIA general counsel John Rizzo, author of "Company Man", says the notion that people "got away scot-free" with what some people are calling war crimes is wrong.
"There were several CIA employees who went over the line, who were punished administratively, asked to resign, sanctioned one way or the other," Rizzo said in an interview with CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper."
(CNN) - A now-discredited Rolling Stone story detailed a University of Virginia student named Jackie who was allegedly gang raped at a fraternity.
Friends of Jackie tell CNN the young woman is feeling very overwhelmed, and did not expect this reaction. They say they stand by Jackie, and while they acknowledge there appears to be inaccuracies in her story, they believe something bad happened to her.
CNN's Sara Ganim reports.
(CNN) – A former St. Louis police officer says racism in the St. Louis police force "is widespread."
"It's a major problem. The anger you see in the streets right now is in no small part due to the fact that you do have officers that bring that racism to the job and the power to act on it," Redditt Hudson said in an interview with CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper.