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August 27th, 2010
06:20 AM ET

From Today's Show: Thursday, August 26, 2010:

THE BIG I: They may be pesky and ruin a few good picnics but we can learn a thing or two from bugs! Yes–bugs! Specifically ANTS!

Peter Miller joined us to talk all about these unbelievable creatures for our BIG I. Discover more than you can imagine right here!

MISSION POSSIBLE: A Nobel Peace Prize winner who believes anyone can change the world. Muhammad Yunus joined Ali today.  If you missed it, don't worry. You can learn all about this remarkable man right here!


Filed under: Ali Velshi • Mission Possible • The Big I • XYZ
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  1. Kaya Atli

    Dear Ali,
    Your presentation of Iraq history had a very major mistake. Ottoman Empire ended after the First World War not the second. Ottoman Empire was on the side of Germany and Japan did not involve in this war. Ottomans fought against Britain, France , Italian and Greek forces.
    Sincerely,
    Kaya Atli

    August 31, 2010 at 1:54 pm |
  2. Evelyn Nash

    The problems with the schools will not be solved until there is competition and choice in the school system. The public school system today is not free–not only for freedom for the the parent to choose the school best for their child, but also for the teaching staff to choose the best in teaching. Principals and teachers will not buck the system as they could lose their jobs and/or bring about animosity amonst their peers. The public school system will not support freedom of choice as this would diminish the "empire" they control. Why doesn't the USA which promotes freedom, deny freedom in education? Only the weathy can afford choosing a better school through tuition. How utterly unfair!!!

    September 1, 2010 at 1:14 pm |