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May 3rd, 2009
03:54 AM ET

Ahead in the CNN Newsroom...

A Texas storm tears down the Dallas Cowboys' practice arena, injuring 12.

The governor of Iowa declares a public health emergency in that state after the CDC confirms the first case of H1N1 influenza there.

Former GOP vice presidential candidate Jack Kemp has died at 73.

And, in our Faces of Faith segment, Rev. Michael Beckwith encourages people to hold on to their faith in these trying economic times.

Join TJ Holmes and Betty Nguyen in the CNN Newsroom, 6am ET, 3 PT.

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  1. peter

    A Texas storm tears down the Dallas Cowboys’ practice arena, injuring 12

    The story should be about the cameraman that didnt help the injured ?

    May 3, 2009 at 4:34 am |
  2. peter

    the cameraman should be arrested for not helping the injured ?

    May 3, 2009 at 4:35 am |
  3. peter

    The news should be about the arrest of the cameramen that didn't help the injured, instead they (3-4) cameraman continued filming after the accident and did not help injured people, isn't there a law in texas ?

    May 3, 2009 at 4:55 am |
  4. Purple Spider

    H1N1 – let's see – Washington wastes stupid time renaming the Swine flu, because foreigners are bent-out-of-shape. Mexico is insulted, if it is called the Mexican flu. My, my – shouldn't Homeland Security be spending time doing their job and trying to control the spread of this virus? Shouldn't Homeland Security be concerned about the American people for a change, and not themselves???

    May 3, 2009 at 8:56 am |

    my mother is 95 years old and has parkinsons.over a week ago she became unable to swallow.she was placed in the hospital for three for test and iv.the doctors said there was nothing medically wrong and we brought her home. my family has been told by hospice not to try to feed her,or give her water but i've also been told by other health care providers that there are ways to feed and give fluids to the elderly in this state. she has been without food for over a week and i know we will eventully loose her,but i think hospice is wrong and this is cruel information by me this amounts to nothing more than starvation.please help me.

    May 4, 2009 at 12:19 pm |
  6. Marla Adams

    Give the banks more fed. money???? Have they not learned anything? Why arn't the banks putting these buildings up for auction? Let individules, or company's bid for them? let them in turn take the buildings apart, reuse the material to build homes for the poor or low income familes. The bank will get money perhaps (at a loss) instead of paying someone to tear them down. What a waste. their are others who could benefit by the material, and it would create more jobs rather than destroy them. We would not have all that material going into a waste site, or being burned.

    May 5, 2009 at 3:16 pm |
  7. Sharon Kingsley

    President Obama needs to tell Cheny he is no longer in office and right now. He is trying to ruin his Presidency. In other words he needs to shut up and go away. All he does is scare the American people.

    May 11, 2009 at 12:39 pm |
  8. Robert Morris

    I believe it was Elizabeth Cohen reporting. I am asking what states in the US are allowed to use Canadian pharmacies and what are the names of the pharmacies.
    Thank you.
    Robert Morris

    May 11, 2009 at 8:26 pm |

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