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Our own John Avlon has a new book out that explores how these scandals unfolded through influential newspaper columns at the time called Deadline Artists: Scandals, Tragedies, and Triumphs.
John Avlon talks about Republican’s efforts to repeal Heath Care and other political topics of the day as he hosts CNN’s Out Front on July 2, 2012.
CNN political contributor John Avlon guest hosts Erin Burnett’s Out Front. John discusses job numbers, election spin analysis and other coverage of the days events. Also a segment with Angus King and Andrew Sullivan talking Jefferson’s Bible.
Is it not OK for a woman to shed a tear? Is there a double standard for leaders who cry? CNN Contributors Margaret Hoover and John Avlon give their takes.
John Avlon and Margaret Hoover discuss the ‘double standard’ of paternity leave.
John Avlon and Margaret Hoover discuss Sen. Graham suggesting the U.S. skip Olympics in Russia over the Snowden case.
John Avlon and Margaret Hoover discuss an English-only policy enforced by the New York Police Department.
CNN contributor John Avlon talks to NY1 anchor Errol Louis and Republican strategist Margaret Hoover about the top three campaign myths that voters should be aware of heading to the polls this November.
Marvin Miller died Tuesday at the age of 95. And here’s why you should know his name: Miller transformed the game of baseball even though he never put on a uniform.
CNN’s John Avlon is traveling with CNN Election Express to a state that may call the election: Ohio.
The key to winning the election could come down to Ohio. John Avlon reports on the final factors of the election.
John Avlon goes to Loudoun County, Virginia to talk to swing voters about their final factor in the 2012 election.
John Avlon unveils a new OutFront series, “The Final Factors.” A look at swing voters’ and their role in the election.
The Obama campaign woke up to good news today with new polls in three swing states that has President Barack Obama exceeding 50% support among like voters. Obama also holds a lead of nine to 12 points over Republican opponent … Continue reading