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March 4th, 2011
01:58 PM ET

YOU CHOOSE WINNERS AND LOOSERS



 

Today's winning story:

A study from the University of Arizona found the handles on most shopping carts are covered in fecal matter and E. coli. Researchers also say your cell phone may be dirtier than a public toilet. Apparently it's heat acts as an incubator for germs. (CNN)

Loosing stories:

"Greens Dictionary of Slang" may be the largest slang dictionary ever published in english. Covering slang from the United States to England and beyond, Jonathon "Mr. Sland" Green records and documents more than 100,000 words and idioms in his quotation-packed historical dictionary. (CNN)

A father and son reunion six decades in the making. Alvin Junior was never able to track down his father until his half brother and sister found him on Facebook. (Tricities.com)


Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors • You Choose
March 4th, 2011
12:43 PM ET

BIG I: Eye-Controlled Laptops

In today's Big I segment, we highlighted new technology that allows you to manipulate your laptop with your eyes.

Click here to check out the software from Tobii Technology.


Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors • Don Lemon • The Big I
March 4th, 2011
10:51 AM ET

What makes a good wedding gift?

In honor of the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, we were wondering. If you were invited, what would you give the Royal couple as a gift? I hear candlesticks make nice gifts. Are shot glasses appropriate for this kind of celebration? Afterall, the guy could be the King of England some day. A new crown...jewels...a gift card? What would you get? Send us your ideas, and we'll read some of them on the air. Be sure to join Randi Kaye this weekend on CNN Saturday and Sunday.

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Filed under: Reynolds Wolf
March 4th, 2011
10:29 AM ET

BYU Suspends Player over Honor Code Violation

Brigham Young University is kicking a star player off the men’s basketball team apparently for violating the school’s honor code by engaging in premarital sex.

Your thoughts?


Filed under: Ali Velshi • CNN Newsroom
March 4th, 2011
09:20 AM ET
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