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February 27th, 2012
04:54 PM ET

Witness to school shooting says gunman targeted 4 boys

Student Danny Komertz was a witness to the Chardon school shooting and he tells Brooke the gunman aimed at a group of four boys in the cafeteria. Komertz said he heard a pop and looked up to see “a gun pointing” at the group of boys sitting at a table. He goes on to tell Brooke what the students did when the shots rang out.

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Filed under: Anchors • Brooke Baldwin
February 27th, 2012
03:42 PM ET

David Berkeley shares his "Indie-Folk" sound

Musician David Berkeley says song writing continues to be a "mystery that inspires" him. His self-described "Indie-Folk" style has attracted a loyal following and some have even paid for private gigs with Berkeley. He tells Brooke in this week's Music Monday how these private events helped finance his last album.

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February 27th, 2012
02:36 PM ET

Two Ohio shooting victims in hospital with gunshot wounds

Hillcrest Hospital spokesperson Heather Phillips tells CNN's Suzanne Malveaux that two Chardon students arrived at her hospital with gunshot wounds, one in stable and the other in serious condition.

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February 27th, 2012
01:53 PM ET

Romney, Santorum duel in the AZ desert

Political Science Professor Bruce Merrill sits down with CNN's Suzanne Malveaux to talk Romney's chance of winning Arizona.

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February 27th, 2012
01:51 PM ET

Young Americans moving into urban areas

Young Americans are moving into urban areas in record numbers. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux looks at gentrification.

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February 27th, 2012
02:38 AM ET

No Talking Points: Presidential Apologies

The Republican presidential hopefuls are hammering President Barack Obama for apologizing to Afghanistan over the burning of Qurans at Bagram Air Base, an incident the U.S. military claims was accidental. As Don Lemon points out in tonight's No Talking Points, President Obama is hardly the first commander-in-chief to offer his mea culpa.


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