CNN's Harry Enten explains why Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin's election to the US Senate from deep red West Virginia makes him one of the most powerful members of Congress.
Retired Navy Adm. William McRaven shares with CNN's Pamela Brown a moment that stood out to him, as the former head of US Special Operations Command, when he oversaw the successful raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
Chuck Hagel, former Republican senator and defense secretary under former President Barack Obama, talks to CNN's Jim Acosta about former President Donald's Trump's scrutiny of President Joe Biden's timeline for withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan.
Former president and CEO of the NAACP, Cornell William Brooks, discusses new calls from officials and activists to target the benefits and pensions of police officers accused of brutality.
National security adviser Jake Sullivan tells CNN's Dana Bash that the US is committed to helping the Afghan government but says he "learned long ago not to make predictions about what is going to happen in Afghanistan."
National security adviser Jake Sullivan tells CNN's Dana Bash that President Biden believes the United States accomplished its goal of degrading Al Qaeda and that the time is right to leave Afghanistan.
Democratic Rep. Karen Bass of California tells CNN's Dana Bash that Democrats and Republicans are working together in good faith to try to reach a deal on police reform.
Democratic Rep. Karen Bass of California tells CNN's Dana Bash that she's concerned what might happen in Minneapolis if former police officer Derek Chauvin isn't convicted of murdering George Floyd.
Former House Speaker Rep. John Boehner tells CNN's Dana Bash that the epidemic of gun violence is "heartbreaking" and "we have got to find a way to deal with this problem."