Human rights groups in Syria say a city-by-city crackdown on anti-government protesters is spreading, with troops rounding up
They say more than 770 people have been killed since the uprising began in March.
Foreign reporters are banned from the country.
But the associate editor of The Times of London, Martin Fletcher, recently managed to get in on a tourist visa.
CNN's Randi Kaye spoke with him earlier today.
With all that's happening in Japan, we want to know should nuclear power be used as a source of energy? Why or why not?
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- Man sues firefighter for stealing foot
Our affiliate WPBF reports a man is suing a former Florida firefighter who admitted to stealing his severed foot following a crash on I-95. Investigators say Cindy Economou took the foot home and used it to train cadaver dogs. She was placed on probation and has since resigned. The St. Lucie County Fire District is also named in the suit. Via WPBF
Enough of Charlie Sheen? How to erase him from the web
It's been hard to watch tv or surf the web in the past two weeks without hearing about Charlie Sheen. So if you're sheened out, a browser add-on for Firefox and Chrome allows you to block him from your daily web browsing. The new app is called Tinted Sheen.
Apple fan camps out for iPad 2
Justin Wagoner has set up a tent outside an Apple store in Dallas, Texas.
He's been there since Sunday.
But the new iPad doesn't go on sale until this Friday.
Wagoner also made headlines for being the first person in America to line up for the iPhone 4 last summer, even as temps hit 100 degrees. Via Dallas News
During today's Mission Possible, we told you about Lamont Levels.
He was only 12 when he started a gang.
By the time he was 23, his gang turned against him.
Gang members shot him in the head and left him blind.
That happened on January 2, 2001.
Levels is now trying to help at-risk kids in the Dallas area to see there's a better way to live their lives.
He's working with LaKerrie Owens, the founder and executive director of Dallas-based Youth Conversion.
Here's a link to her group.
18% of Americans believe Pres. Obama is Muslim according to a new Pew Research Center poll.
That's up 11% from a year ago.
Cathleen Falsani, who is a religion columnist and author of "The God Factor," sat down with then-Senator Barack Obama in 2004 and talked to him about his faith.