Republicans call it a government cover-up similar to what got Richard Nixon impeached. Democrats call it a right-wing conspiracy theory.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy says that the selling of Obamacare omits the reality that not everyone is paying
Critics haven't been kind to Personal Dating Assistants, a new service that allows men to up their online dating game by outsourcing tasks to paid, clandestine wingmen who pimp profiles, locate prospects and ghostwrite correspondences. GQ calls it "creepy." CNET says customers eventually will have to admit they are big fakes. And over at Jezebel, dudes who take advantage of the deception are called "human trash."
David Gergen says the key to staying relevant may be finding a way to reinvigorate the president's foreign policy.
Frida Ghitis says if kidnapping 230 girls had happened almost anywhere else, it would be the world's biggest story. Coverage of the Malaysian plane resulted in an international effort; we need that to save these girls.
John King, Margaret Talev and Manu Raju discuss Jay Carney's answer on why the Benghazi email was held back.
CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers talks to Mike Galanos about flooding conditions in Florida, highlighting dramatic visuals.
CNN's Jake Tapper was invited to the Bush ranch in Crawford, Texas, for the Warrior 100K, a bike race for wounded warriors.
Malaysia releases cockpit audio from MH370 as part of a report on the plane. Audio spans from 12:25 a.m. to 1:19 a.m.