Sen. Charles Grassley, who has pushed for hearings into the prostitution scandal that has tarnished the image of the Secret Service, told Erin Burnett he wants to know how deep the problem goes. "Is this part of the culture of the Secret Service?"
The results in Republican primaries Tuesday finally convinced Newt Gingrich the time to end his campaign had come, and Mitt Romney–with a major speech–turned his attention fully and forcefully to the coming campaign against President Barack Obama.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu insists he has no interest in taking sides in the U.S. presidential election. But in an exclusive interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, he did reflect on likely Republican nominee Mitt Romney, who, like Netanyahu, worked at the Boston Consulting Group in the 1970s. "I was a young recruit and he was already a star manager."
What are his memories of the young Mitt Romney? "He looked the same. Isn't that disturbing? I don't look the same. He looked the same."