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August 8th, 2013
02:53 PM ET

Searching for Hannah and Ethan

CNN's Chris Cuomo talks with Brett Anderson, the father of the missing teens.

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  1. Daniel Bickell

    Have any of these card suppliers or credit card Co's been working on better security like biometric cornea or finger print scanners.If not it's about time.

    September 9, 2014 at 12:05 pm |
  2. Dirk Shafer

    You guys are drumming on and on about one of your reporters credibility issues, are you really so vain to think we care about your staff issues? Please use these hours and hours creating your own in house drama for real news and stop overly dramatizing your employees ego problems. You make true mountains out of less than mole hills and you've done it over and over. Remember a time when TV news wasn't about the anchors or reporters? Only my parents and grandparents can remember such a golden professional era.

    February 7, 2015 at 7:16 pm |
  3. Dirk Shafer

    Apologies. Okay so I had a little Rosanna Rosanna Danna moment and got some of my facts wrong because as many times as you repeated the story I never listened to it with full attention. My bad. You are the only network I watch and most of what you do I like. But you do repeat a lot.

    February 8, 2015 at 1:16 am |
  4. Fred Marshall

    Register Drones? That's a knee-jerk reaction to the problem of "too close" to passenger aircraft. People should think more carefully. The hope is to prevent the "too close" encounters, right? It's just like the notion that gun ownership should be registered. The people wanting to do good would be registered. There would be penalties for not registering. The people wanting to do bad would NOT be registered – knowing of and independent of the penalties. The presence of penalties won't stop the ones we would really want to stop. The outcome wouldn't match the intent – not by a long shot. Perfect control is illusory; a dream.

    August 1, 2015 at 3:40 pm |
  5. Jeff D. Lansing, Mich.

    Regarding the migrant crisis in Europe: The European people wouldn't be faced with this ordeal if they would have stepped up to the plate, pulled their military's together and gone into Syria to clobber Isis. As usual, they lack the belly for a fight, and don't want to spend their resources. And as usual, they waited for the U.S. to take care of the mess in their backyard. The U.S. should do their part by handling it from the Iraq side, as we are the ones responsible for the mess over there.

    September 5, 2015 at 9:14 am |
  6. mike c.

    brooke never fumbles or stumbles but seems to lean toward one side of a story or the other a lot, "JUST REPORT THE STORY BROOKE'. my only other gripe is cnn needs to not spend "ALL DAY" on one topic. sometimes I wish there was another station I could turn to as well.

    February 3, 2016 at 11:23 am |
  7. L.M. Anderson

    Oh God where the hell did OBJECTIVITY go to? Why not REPORT the news FACTS and leave the VBIAS and opinion leading allusions to the opinion commentators. CNN does not speak for all America regardless of it's presumptions.

    April 13, 2017 at 11:57 pm |
  8. Dee Caraman

    Why aren't people who oppose Trumps policies boycotting Fox sponsored stations? I guess entertaining series overrides morality. How hypocritical!
    Why aren't news stations asking WHERE Trump will get money for the wall if Dems agree to his bill? I'm pretty sure it won't be from the wealthy !
    Social Security? Education? Other social programs?

    June 18, 2018 at 9:53 am |
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