June 19th, 2012
08:31 PM ET

DeJoria to lawmakers: "Regulate yourself first"

CNN's Erin Burnett talks to billionaire John Paul DeJoria, the founder and CEO of Paul Mitchell and Patron Vodka about Dodd-Frank financial reform law and JPMorgan's multi-billion dollar trade losses.

Filed under: Economic Strike Team • Economy
June 19th, 2012
08:12 PM ET

Dodd-Frank questions continue post JPMorgan's trade losses

CNN's Erin Burnett boils down the exchange between the co-author of Dodd-Frank and JPMorgan CEO over its losses.

Filed under: Economy • OutFront Deconstruct
June 19th, 2012
07:56 PM ET

Mubarak on life support, Protesters gather chanting "No to military rule"

Egyptian state media reported earlier today that the Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has been declared clinically dead.

However,  Mubarak's lawyer and the military are contradicting those reports, saying he is in a coma.

CNN's Ivan Watson reports from Cairo, Egypt.


Filed under: International
Avlon on Marco Rubio not included in VP vetting process: 'Political malpractice'
June 19th, 2012
03:34 PM ET

Avlon on Marco Rubio not included in VP vetting process: 'Political malpractice'

ABC reports Florida Senator Marco Rubio is currently not being vetted for Mitt Romney’s vice president.

In his latest column for CNN.com, John Avlon notes that the absence of the Cuban-American senator on a short list for vice president amounts to political malpractice.

John Avlon is a CNN contributor and OutFront political strike team member.


Filed under: Opinion • Political Strike Team • Politics
June 19th, 2012
01:20 PM ET

E-Block: The cost of doping charges that Americans pay for

In Monday's E-Block, Baseball great Roger Clemens was found not guilty of perjury. CNN's Erin Burnett highlights the cost of trying cases against doping and notes that athletes may be not be alone in the blame. FULL POST

Filed under: E-Block
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