The chief sponsor of Arizona's immigration law says the Constitution gives Arizona the right to enforce it.
Florida's Republican-turned-independent Gov. Charlie Crist had kind words Tuesday for the Obama administration after Vice President Joe Biden's visit to the Gulf Coast hours earlier.
The mayor of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, appearing Monday evening on CNN's "Campbell Brown," criticized the response to the oil spill disaster by both federal and state officials.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, the Orthodox Jewish rabbi who is known for his secular outreach and TLC show "Shalom in the Home," was friends with Michael Jackson for several years.
While I am looking forward to being back on the air in June, there is something I want to share with people that cannot wait. I want to tell you about Kai Anderson. Kai is a 5-year-old boy who lives in my neighborhood in New York City. Kai has a rare form of leukemia.
CNN's Campbell Brown asks if AIG execs who received bonuses are being too harshly targeted by politicians and the public.
Asher Liam Senor joins big brother Eli James
CNN's Campbell Brown says dialogue needs to be opened on the use of illicit drugs in America.
CNN's Campbell Brown says the measure in Congress that would tax bonuses for some workers is ironic.
With our last word of the week on the AIG bonuses, it's OK to be mad, but in Congress, too often one person's rage is another person's instant law in the making. That is not always a good thing.
A government oversight board warns billions in bailout money could be wasted. CNN's Campbell Brown cuts through the bull.
CNN's Campbell Brown calls on President Obama to "straigten out the mess" at the Treasury Department.
CNN's Campbell Brown tells White House officials and Congress to cut the histrionics over AIG bonuses and fix the problem.
CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in on Bernie Madoff and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in on the Federal Reserve and AIG's bailout.
CNN's Campbell Brown gives kudos to the White House for keeping its promise to release confidential justice department memos.
As we continue to call for more transparency in government, cheers to the White House for starting to cut through the veil of secrecy left by its last occupant, former President Bush.
CNN's Campbell Brown examines President Obama's financial package plan.
As we mentioned earlier, today President Obama announced he is appointing a former Secret Service agent and top government investigator to be a kind of watchdog over the stimulus money.
CNN's Campbell Brown discusses viewer comments on Attorney General Eric Holder's speech on race in America.
CNN's Campbell Brown says Sen. Roland Burris has mislead Americans on both sides of the aisle.
Pakistan cuts a deal with the Taliban allowing a declaration of strict Islamic law. CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in.
CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in on childhood vaccinations and autism.
I knew I was stepping into the middle of a huge controversy when Thursday night, I urged all parents to vaccinate their children.
CNN's Campbell Brown encourages parents to get their kids vaccinated after a court said they're not to blame for autism.
What I am about to say, I know, is controversial. And I know that a lot of people are going to disagree with me. But as a mother, with a second child on the way, I believe this is vital to the safety of our children and must be said.
CNN's Campbell Brown calls out a company for passing off a bonus as a "retention award."
And timing is everything when it comes to cashing in during the bailout.
CNN's Campbell Brown questions why Congress members are going on a retreat partially paid for by taxpayers.
CNN's Campbell Brown says the Obama adminstration should make CEOs who abuse bailout money accountable for their actions.
This week, we're focused on one theme: holding President Obama to his promise of transparency. On Wednesday, he will outline his vision for cracking down on bailout abuse.
CNN's Campbell Brown urges President Obama to create an accountablility mechanism with bailout money.
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales spoke to CNN's Campbell Brown on Tuesday about his record at the Justice Department, including the firing of nine U.S. attorneys, allegedly for political reasons. Here are excerpts of the interview:
CNN's Campbell Brown questions tax issues that have surfaced with two of Obama's cabinet picks.
CNN's Campbell Brown asks Obama administration officials to do what they think is best for the country.
Campbell Brown interviews Gov. Rod Blagojevich as his impeachment trial gets under way.
While the Illinois Legislature continued impeachment hearings on him Tuesday, Democratic Gov. Rod Blagojevich continued to make the rounds of the media. He spoke to CNN's Campbell Brown about the hearings and the federal criminal charges against him. Here are excerpts of the interview:
CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in on the Wall Street bailout and asks who's being held accountable for corporate decisions.
Why is it the more we look around the edges of the Wall Street bailout, the more we find reason to ask just what in the world is going on?
CNN's Campbell Brown takes President Obama to task for already making an exception to his restriction on lobbyists.
CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in on a CNBC report that former CEO John Thain spent $1.2 million sprucing up his office.
CNN's Campbell Brown wonders if President Obama will hold up to his promise of a "new era of openness."
CNN's Campbell Brown looks at the inauguration of Barack Obama and says it's a night Americans will never forget.
CNN's Campbell Brown discusses the challenges Obama will face as U.S. president and Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Up in the sky, it's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman!
CNN's Campbell Brown looks at the loss of life that was avoided thanks to US Airways Capt. Sullenberger and his crew.
President Bush awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to some top U.S. allies. CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in.
The adult entertainment industry requests $5 billion in federal bailout money. CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in.
I have to mention tonight the headline that caught my eye on the CNN Ticker earlier today: "Porn Industry Seeks Federal Bailout."
Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne spent more than $200,000 to renovate his office bathroom. CNN's Campbell Brown reports.
Cutting through the bull. It's hard to think of anyone who gave those words more meaning than Mark Felt.
We're cutting through the bull, except that to be entirely honest about this, this is kind of murky.
CNN's Campbell Brown reports on a custody battle over a Chinese girl born in the United States.
CNN's Campbell Brown believes it is the media's job to hold President-elect Obama accountable.
CNN's Campbell Brown comments on a couple that adopted a child then lost it to a Native American tribe.
CNN's Campbell Brown reports on how the government and its best investigators can't save you from a really good con man.
We're going to be talking more about the stunner that kicked off the weekend: the arrest of Bernie Madoff, a widely respected Wall Street figure, for running what he himself now acknowledges was the investment equivalent of "one big lie."
At this hour Friday, Congress is still fighting over whether to give the automakers $14 billion to try to prevent General Motors and Chrysler from going bankrupt.
CNN's Campbell Brown looks at the legal and ethical implications of the case against Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.
Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich is accused of trying to sell Barack Obama's Senate seat. CNN's Campbell Brown reports.
Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain put in for a bonus of $10 million admist company layoffs. CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in.
CNN's Campbell Brown examines why a Massachusetts state trooper gave a couple a $100 ticket after they asked him for help.
It goes without saying that there is a lot of confusion about just how the $700 billion in federal bailout money is being spent.
CNN's Campbell Brown sounds off on how healthy banks are benefiting from federal bailout money.
Gov. Ed Rendell is overheard implying that since Janet Napolitano has no family, she has no life. Campbell Brown weighs in.
Campbell Brown looks at Obama's dismissal of a question about his onetime criticism of Clinton's foreign policy experience.
It feels a little bit right now like we are all in a suspended state.
CNN's Campbell Brown reports college students are having trouble getting loans they need to pay for their education.
I just mentioned today's big development in Washington: Democrats are demanding the automakers tell them what they mean to do with the billions they're begging for.
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman urges parents not to leave their teens behind in his state. CNN's Campbell Brown reports.
CNN's Campbell Brown cuts through the bull and looks at how the automakers got into this mess.
The heads of Detroit's car companies -- Ford, Chrysler, GM -- bumper to bumper, are begging Congress for a bailout. Let's start by cutting through the bull and look at how the automobile companies got into this mess.
CNN's Campbell Brown celebrates the promotion of the military's first female four-star general.
CNN's Campbell Brown says Congress and the White House have "dropped the ball" overseeing the financial bailout.
CNN's Campbell Brown reports on Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson's change of plans for the bailout money.
CNN's Campbell Brown reports veterans are having trouble getting disability claims reviewed and receiving benefits.
On Veterans Day, we want to bring your attention to a different kind of battle that our disabled veterans are fighting.
CNN's Campbell Brown looks at how Sen. Robert Byrd went from being a member of the KKK to supporting a black president.
The Obama and McCain campaigns find ways to try to bring luck to their parties. CNN's Campbell Brown reports.
Through Election Night, CNN.com users can customize their online election tracking through the site's "Your Races" feature.
CNN's Campbell Brown sees long voting as a "fantastic re-engagement of the American people in our political process."
CNN's Campbell Brown looks at whether young people who've been enthusiastic about the election will actually vote.
CNN's Campbell Brown sounds off on Sen. Barack Obama's unprecedented amount of campaign money.
CNN's Campbell Brown comments on the controversy surrounding Sarah Palin's off-script remarks.
Former NBA star Charles Barkley talks with CNN's Campbell Brown about racism in the election and more.
Former NBA star Charles Barkley spoke Monday to CNN's Campbell Brown about politics, race and his plans to run for governor in his boyhood home state of Alabama. Here is a transcript:
Campbell Brown asks California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger if he thinks Gov. Sarah Palin is qualified to be president.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke to CNN's Campbell Brown Wednesday in Long Beach, California, where Schwarzenegger was speaking at The Women's Conference, organized by his wife, Maria Shriver. Here is a transcript of the interview:
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger weighs in on the race for the White House and explains why John McCain should be elected.
CNN's Campbell Brown sounds off on the exorbitant cost to taxpayers for portraits of outgoing administration officials.
Voters have the right to know the medical condition of the candidates. CNN's Campbell Brown reports.
On Monday, Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden released his medical records. Overall, he's in good health.
CNN's Campbell Brown comments on an Illinois sheriff who says he won't evict anyone from foreclosed homes.
CNN's Campbell Brown is "cutting through the bull" about how candidates plan to pay for their proposals.
CNN's Campbell Brown is "cutting through the bull" of the political blame game over the failed House bailout vote.
CNN's Campbell Brown spoke with California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger about Tuesday's magnitude-5.4 earthquake that hit Los Angeles. She asked the Republican governor if his state was ready for the "Big One," and Schwarzenegger spoke about his state's infrastructure and what he wants to do to fix it.
Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, a Democrat, and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a registered independent, talked with CNN's Campbell Brown about America's infrastructure, what scares them most and what can be done about the billion-dollar problem.
Record the CNN Special Investigations Unit Classroom Edition: Broken Government: Campaign Killers when it airs commercial-free on Monday, January 14, 2008, from 4:00 -- 5:00 a.m. ET on CNN. (A short feature begins at 4:00 a.m. and precedes the program.)
CNN anchor Campbell Brown and her husband Dan Senor welcomed their first child, a boy, on Tuesday.