As the end of the year approaches, many of you may be sitting by the lava lamp and writing down your resolutions for the new year:
Do you plan to get back into your "skinny jeans"?
Be more plugged in to social media... or less?
Quit smoking once and for all?
Manage stress better?
Drink less alcohol?
Make more time for your family, friends, loved ones?
Finally go after that master's degree you've been putting off?
Make a barbeque recipe to rival Uncle Jack's secret sauce?
Hone on your DIY skills to become a "Mister or Miss Fix-it"?
As you reflect on the days that have passed in 2010, and set the bar high for yourself, share your plans with us.
We want to hear not only what your goals are, but what your game plan is for achieving them.
How do you plan to keep the goal in mind, and not have it dissolve at the first whiff of a hot Krispy Kreme donut?
We'd like to help.
Your project could become the focus of a CNN Newsroom segment, complete with expert advice, and planning tips to help you and those inspired by you... to succeed.
So rather than spend the next 12 months ruminating about what you didn't achieve last year... plug-in and prepare for a fresh start and share your plan with CNN Newsroom.
Our Brenda Bush reports on Liberia's new challenge of getting the children off the streets and into the books.
15 days until the midterm election.
Amid all the mudslinging and political promises, it's easy to lose sight of what elections are really about.
They are about shaping what this country is about and setting a course for where we want to see it go.
On this show, we want to get back to basics. To brass tacks. The core beliefs. So we're asking you to help us answer one simple question:
What does "America" mean to you?
It's a segment we're calling, "My America is..."
And we want to hear from you. We want to hear your personal experiences.
Your vantage point. Your everyday life in this nation. What does this country look like from where you’re standing?
Leave us your thoughts. We’ll share some of them on air in the CNN Newsroom, 11am — 1pm ET
Hosts of "The View", Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg, walk off the set during a heated discussion with Bill O'Reilly. The topic of discussion was the talk of a proposed mosque building on the site of ground zero. O'Reilly stated that, "70% of Americans do not want the mosque built because it is inappropriate".
We want to hear from you.
What are your views on the building of the mosque at ground zero? Tell us your views and we will share some of them on air between 11am and 1pm eastern.
Bernie Ellis is a public health scientist who grew marijuana on his farm in Tennessee to help
dull the pain from Fibromyalgia and degenerative disorder in his hip and spine.
That's until the federal government raided the farm– and sent him to jail. Now he's fighting
back to get medical marijuana legalized in his home state. Tony Harris has this story.
Passengers aboard a Delta flight from Atlanta, Georgia to White Plains, New York got a scare when their plane had to make an emergency landing due to landing gear problems.
A couple of passengers captured the flight's scary moments on video. You may see the full story here.
You'll hear them tell their story on CNN NewsRoom in the 11am eastern hour.
We want to hear from you. Tell us your air tavel nightmare stories and we'll share some of them on the air between 11am and 1pm eastern.
Add sporting goods retailer Niketown to the list of Manhattan businesses that have been bitten by bedbugs.
Nike tells CNN it has closed its East 57th Street store due to the presence of bedbugs.
It's not clear when the store will reopen.
To find out about government efforts to combat the pesky creatures click here.
We want to hear from you. Have you encountered bedbugs anywhere? What did you experience? What did you to get get rid of them? Leave your comments here and we'll feature some of them on CNN NewsRoom with Tony Harris in our noon eastern hour.
Academy Award winning actor Denzel Washington wants to help fix our schools by focusing on reducing the growing problem of high school dropouts across the nation. Washington is the spokesman for Boys and Girls Club's new program, “Be Great: Graduate," to help students complete grade levels and graduate on time. He spent many of his childhood years at a Boys and Girls Club. He spoke with CNN's Tony Harris along with Mona Dixon, the 2010-2011 National Youth of the Year on Wednesday.