The power of photographs: They capture our most memorable moments of fear, love, life and laughter.
This morning, we're looking back now on the images that best captured some of the most powerful moments in 2011. Jonathan Klein, co-founder of Getty Images, talks with Alina Cho about the defining photos of the year.
Vice President Joe Biden has called for an investigation into Jason Mattera – a reporter from the conservative news organization "Human Events" who questioned him last week about using a rape reference in a speech. Mattera doesn't exactly mask his intentions. On his website, it says he is well known for his 'ambush-style' interviews. Still, the inquiry could cost him his press credentials.
On American Morning, Mattera explains to Carol Costello why he's standing by his actions.
Operating within a culture where the pressure to generate newsstand sales is relentless, the British press is notorious for its hyper-aggressive reporting techniques.
Over the past few weeks, the News of the World phone hacking scandal has highlighted the tabloid-driven nature of the British newspaper industry.
Bonnie Fuller, President and Editor-in-Chief of HollywoodLife.com, joins Kiran Chetry today on American Morning to talk about the differences in reporting techniques between the UK and the US and to discuss if this scandal will change the tabloid business in the UK.