The first biography about Edward Snowden comes out this week. New Day asked author Luke Harding how he got such exclusive access to America's most-wanted whistle blower and how Snowden's long-contemplated decisions have changed U.S. history.
David Weinstein, a former employee of New Jersey Governor Christ Christie announced this week that he has evidence that Christie did indeed have knowledge about the events that caused the George Washington Bridge scandal. This is contradictory to many of Christie's media statements. But with none of that evidence yet revealed, how much merit does it deserve? And does perception eventually become reality in the eyes of voters? We ask New Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone.
For her third trial, Amanda Knox was found guilty by a court in Perugia, Italy. Knox told Good Morning America that she will "never go back" to Italy, and without extradition, she may not have to.
CNN Legal Analyst Paul Callan and Harvard Law Professor and attorney Alan Dershowitz discuss the verdict and the complicated differences between the Italian and American court systems.
Baltimore Ravens head coach & Superbowl XLVII champion John Harbaugh sat down with New Day on Saturday to discuss his strategy for last year's game and his predictions for this year's match. He also spoke very candidly about a few controversial issues in the NFL: Are regulations to prevent concussions truly improving? And some think medical marijuana may help NFL players with pain, but should it be allowed?