Happy Tuesday afternoon! Here's some of the stories we're watching today:
On The Last Word, MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell slams Craig Sonner, the "cowardly" lawyer representing George Zimmerman, for canceling the interview at the last minute. Plus, New York Times columnist Charles Blow weighs in on the Trayvon Martin case.
A Furious Lawrence O’Donnell Interrogates Empty Chair After George Zimmerman’s Lawyer Cancels
Trayvon Martin Investigator Wanted Manslaughter Charge
Geraldo Rivera apologizes for ‘hoodie’ comment
Bernie Goldberg To O’Reilly: If Zimmerman Were Black, ‘We Wouldn’t Know The Name Trayvon Martin’
Trayvon Martin Parents To Attend Capitol Hill Forum On Hate Crimes, Racial Profiling
Trayvon Martin shooting: New details emerge from Twitter account, witness testimony
As the discussion continues over whether or not the individual mandate to purchase health insurance is constitutional, NBC's Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro discuss the irony surrounding the issue, Romney's foreign policy gaffe and his huge spending lead in Wisconsin.
Romney's CA Mansion Project Features Elevator For Cars
Romney: I Don't Think Obama Can Recover From Open Mic Moment
Palin to Santorum: 'Don't retreat'
Romney's Wisconsin spending edge still powerful, but narrowing
For a mere $50, take a photo with Newt
Here's some of the other stories we're watching today:
Chart of the Day: The Affordable Care Act and Women
Poll: Get out of Afghanistan
Virginia ultrasound flap drags on
'Hunger Games' Racist Tweets: Fans Upset Because Of Rue's Race
Exxon Mobil’s Tax Rate Drops To 13 Percent, After Making 35 Percent More Profits On Rising Gas Prices In 2011
What stories are you watching?