CNN's John King recently traveled to Iowa, Kansas, and Colorado on an "Inside Politics" trip to gauge the impact of early voting, women's power and the GOP wildcards in November.
See pictures from the project on his Instagram page HERE and some examples below:
Michaela Pereira’s adoption journey began when she was just 3 months old in Canada. In the past, she’s reached out to her birth parents, but for the first time, she goes in search of her heritage – which takes her all the way to Jamaica!
See behind-the-scenes photos from her trip here.
Don't miss the two-hour ROOTS special, Tuesday, October 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. CNN.com/Roots
Protestors in Hong Kong have been relying on the smartphone app "FireChat" to communicate without government censorship.
But some users reported that they have recently been receiving some suspicious messages. The texts ask for specific information about upcoming protests as well as personal identity information.
"New Day Weekend" spoke with CNN digital analyst Brett Larson.
The streets of Ferguson have calmed, children are heading back to school and residents are honoring Michael Brown’s family's wish for peace.
But now a legal battle looms over whether Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson was justified in shooting and killing the unarmed teenager.
Here are some highlights:
Q: Imarah – Guilty or not guilty, Do you not think six shoots is way overboard and also why the head or a fatal shoot, do they not teach them in the police academy ways to injure or slow down without killing? I think it should be mandatory that all police officers wear cam for both our protection and theirs as it will enable better transparency. What do u think?
A: Chris Cuomo the number of shots is a tricky part of the analysis. it always is in cases like this. the primary analysis is whether shooting was necessary at all.
Q: Anna – If officer Wilson is charged with murder, who pays the legal fees?
Keith – The police union
A: Chris Cuomo or him personally or benefactors, not the taxpayer, because the crime would be seen as not in the line of expected duty
Q: Elisabeth – I don't agree with police killing an unarmed man....however, the boy is on camera committing a crime....
A: Chris Cuomo Elisabeth – this is a natural instinct that I think fails to be helpful here. And here is why: we do not know whether the officer was responding to the robbery, and it does not seem that he was. the past therefore is only relevant as a measure of potential reaction to the actual altercation and shooting that occurred.