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June 10th, 2009
11:22 AM ET

Unabomber Items Up for Auction?

Abbie Boudreau from CNN's Special Investigations Unit got exclusive access to Ted Kaczynski's personal belongings - typewriters, clothing, tools, writings and diaries. His victims want to auction off the items to pay $15 million in restitution. Kaczynski is fighting to stop them. What do you think should happen to the items?

Leave comments or take the quick vote poll. Abbie's full report is coming up at 11:55am ET in the CNN Newsroom with Tony Harris.

Ted Kaczynski is fighting auction of possessions like this jacket and sunglasses made famous by a police sketch.

What should be done with the Unabomber's personal items?


Filed under: Tony Harris
June 10th, 2009
10:00 AM ET

Brazilian Custody Battle

Brazil's Supreme Court today takes up the case of a New Jersey man trying to get back his 9-year-old son.  (For the full story, click here.) Dad David Goldman is in Brazil for the hearing. A ruling is expected this afternoon and you can bet we'll bring it to you as soon as we get word.

Yesterday,  Heidi talked  to Mark DeAngelis, a good friend of David Goldman and co-founder of
We also had Sergio Tostes booked - he's a spokesman for the stepfather's family - but he had to cancel because of a business conflict. As many of you pointed out in your blog comments, we haven't heard from the other side. We have been trying, and we'll keep trying to get that side of the story. We want to know why this man is fighting so hard to keep his stepson.
It's not too late to post your thoughts. Click on the comments tab below

Filed under: Heidi Collins
June 10th, 2009
09:49 AM ET

Health Care Reform & Your Questions

The debate over legislation to overhaul the nation’s health care system is certain to affect you and your family. So we want to hear from you. What should the future of health care look like?

Congressional Democrats are proposing a national option of government-funded health care to compete with existing programs. Republican leaders oppose such a move, calling it the first step to a government-run system. President Obama says health care reform is a priority, but how it will work leaves a lot of questions.

Leave us a comment or question. CNN’s Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen will join us live at 12pm ET to answer some of them in the CNN Newsroom

Filed under: Tony Harris