When Kyra Phillips interviewed UC San Diego professor Babak Rahimi in Tehran we were stunned when he very calmly referenced gunfire going on in the background. He was definitely calm under pressure. Watch Kyra's interview with him on Iran's cyberrevolution and listen as the gunshots get louder.
We started talking about it at the morning meeting - and that's when Kyra decided she had something to say about punishments fitting crimes. We give you her "What The...?" of the day:
He became an eyewitness to history in '79, abruptly caught up in the Iran hostage crisis; ex-Marine Kevin Hermening joined Kyra today to talk then vs. now.
From Elizabeth Cohen
Senior Medical Correspondent
It may have faded from the headlines, but swine flu is still claiming victims. New York City officials announced seven more deaths, bringing the total number there to 23. Heidi and I will be talking about the latest numbers and if , since school is out, we will see fewer cases. Meantime, the FDA is warning against swine flu scams. For the FDA list of products to avoid, click here.
British Airways is asking its employees to work for free. The company offered workers one to four weeks of unpaid leave - with the option of working during that time, if they want.
Last month, British Airways posted an annual loss of $656 million. (For the full story on cnn.com click here.)
Desperate times do call for desperate measures. Would you work for free? If so, for how long?
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