Our friends on Team Tony blogged about it this morning: the legislative aide of a Tennessee state senator is reprimanded for e-mailing a "Historical Keepsake Photo" of our nation's presidents. Can you guess which president's portrayal caused all the hubbub?
Some state lawmakers are calling for the aide, Sherri Goforth, to be fired. Kyra asked Goforth's boss about that this afternoon.
The President of the American Medical Association Dr. Nancy Nielsen joined Tony Harris and CNN's Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen today on the AMA's views of President Obama's health care plan.
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A new Calvin Klein billboard in New York is sparking some outrage.
It shows four young models - three men and one woman - wearing the designer's jeans and very little else.
Some people who have seen the billboard say it's way too provacative and should be removed.
A Calvin Klein spokesman tells the "Daily News" the "intention was to create a very sexy campaign that speaks to our targeted demographic."
We have put in calls to the agency inviting them to our show, but no word yet.
We want to know what you think. Post your comments online!
A legislative aide for Tennessee state senator Diane Black (R-Gallatin) recently sent on an e-mail with this picture. The aide, Sherri Goforth says, “I went on the wrong e-mail and I inadvertently hit the wrong button.” Her boss gave her a reprimand, but some in the Tennessee black causus say Goforth should be fired. Tell us what you think.
As part of our week-long examination of the nation’s health care, Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen looks into racial and gender disparities. Do white people get better health care than minorities? Do men get better health care than women? How and why does this happen? Join Tony and Elizabeth today at 11am ET, and share your comments and stories here.
We got a huge response from all of you yesterday on Iran and health care. Clearly we're not going to solve either problem in one day. So the discussion continues.
Scroll down, read yesterday's posts and comments, then scroll back up and post (or update) your thoughts here.