A viral video of Brazilian police chasing down suspected drug smugglers–even crashing a police car into an aircraft that may have been used by the supposed smugglers to fly drugs out of the country–raises questions about the never-ending creativity of smugglers. In an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, Matt Potter, author of Outlaws Inc., says the plane video's only part of an outrageous underground world. A world that, yes, includes cocaine sculpted into coffee tables.
A former colleague and longtime friend of Herman Cain–the Republican presidential frontrunner even serves as Godfather of one of the man's children–says he's been stunned by the recent accusations against Cain, and told CNN's Erin Burnett Cain is a "gentleman" and a "straight forward" man who greets people as if he's known them his entire life.
CNN's Erin Burnett joined Situation Room anchor Wolf Blitzer to talk about the unfolding debt crisis in Greece. Even as the deal has become threatened, markets have risen. What does it mean for Greece–and for America's recovery? Could Greece pull out of the Euro and return to the Drachma?
CNN's Erin Burnett talks to David Henry Hwang, writer of the new Broadway play, Chinglish. The Broadway comedy takes on the mangling of Chinese and English and explores the barriers between both cultures.