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(CNN) - Wizards, hobbits, vampires, and arrow-wielding heroines – it seems the odds are ever in their favor at the box office.
"The Hunger Games" franchise launches its second film at target audiences this weekend, and odds are it will be a bulls eye.
But the supernatural and fantasy worlds are not in and of themselves thought to be the recipe for success. The strategy for winning the Hollywood games is to focus on Young Adult books.
Our politics panel with CNN chief political analyst Gloria Borger, CNN chief congressional correspondent Dana Bash, and National Journal editor-in-chief Josh Kraushaar discuss how Obamacare will affect Democrats in 2014.
(CNN) - Governor Scott Walker, R-Wisconsin, has been outspoken about the Affordable Care Act recently, saying he does not care for it.
But back in Wisconsin, Walker is trying to implement his own health care reform – Badger Care. One of the ways Walker makes Badger Care work, is by having 80,000 people currently on Medicaid go into Obamacare.
Critics say he is trying to have it both ways, and that Walker can't be against Obamacare while using it.
(CNN) - There are so many iconic images from that horrific period that began 50 years ago with the crack of an assassin's rifle: John Kennedy Jr.'s salute at his father's casket, Lyndon B. Johnson being sworn in on Air Force One next to Mrs. Jaqcueline Kennedy, still wearing her blood-stained suit.
And then of course – the image of the suddenly tragically widowed Jackie Kennedy and a Secret Service agent scrambling to protect her.
Earlier this week CNN's Jake Tapper had the rare honor of moderating a panel at the Newseum with that agent, Clint Hill, the man who that day ran towards the target.
Legendary journalists Jim Lehrer and Bob Schieffer were in Texas the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, working as reporters for The Dallas Times-Herald and The Star Telegram.
Many "what if" moments surround that day, Lehrer recalls one particular decision that haunted a man for years.