Did the prosecution lose the case in jury selection? We analyze some recent comments made by jurors about where prosecutors went wrong in the Blagojevich trial.

Federal prosecutors have decided not to retry Robert Blagojevich. Elizabeth Brackett talks with the former Governor's brother and gets his reaction to the news. She also has the latest details on the retrial of Rod Blagojevich and when he could return to court.

Robert Blagojevich and his attorneys join us live in our studio to reflect on the verdict and what's next in his possible retrial.

The former Governor's lawyer explains the defense team's upcoming strategy.

We shine a spotlight on the jury who returned yesterday's surprising verdict, including Elizabeth Brackett's in-depth look at the life of jury foreman James Matsumoto. Then, Matsumoto and fellow juror Ralph Schindler join us live to discuss what took place during deliberations.

A panel of journalists discuss the impact the Blagojevich verdict might have on the November elections and more.

The Blagojevich trial, take two. Carol Marin and her panel explore the next steps in the move to retry the former Governor. What will it cost the taxpayers?

Blagojevich's lead attorney Sam Adam, Jr. reacts to today's verdict.

The verdict is in. The jury is hung on all but one count. After a trial that lasted more than 6 weeks and 14 days of jury deliberations, ex-governor Rod Blagojevich is found guilty of just one of the 24 counts against him. Elizabeth Brackett and Carol Marin walk us through all of the action on this historic day.

A new note today from the Blagojevich jury has everyone wondering what they're really deliberating. Elizabeth Brackett will explain.

The view from the bench: Carol Marin and her panel explore the Blagojevich trial from a judge's point of view, and explores the relationship between a judge and jury.

Eddie Arruza and his panel of defense attorneys and former assistant U.S. attorneys discuss the latest developments in the Blagojevich trial.

The deadlocked jury told Judge Zagel they've only reached a verdict on two of the 24 charges against Rod Blagojevich. What happens next? Elizabeth Brackett has the latest from federal court.

The jury in the Blagojevich trial tells the judge they can't reach a unanimous verdict on all the counts. What does this deadlock mean for the future of the case? Elizabeth Brackett was in court and explains.

How do jurors sort through a complex case like the Blagojevich trial when there are virtually no rules as to how to go about deliberating? A panel of experts take us inside the jury room.

With no word yet from the jury in the Rod and Robert Blagojevich trial, their defense attorneys believe the silence means the jurors are fighting. Elizabeth Brackett tells us why.