Mega breaking news stories such as Iran and Michael Jackson have allowed Facebook, Twitter and other social networks to encroach on the realm of mainstream news media. CNN's Don Lemon talks with expert James Andrews of BeEverywhere.com about the phenomenon, which he calls Now Media.
Troop drawdown: U.S. combat troops are scheduled to begin pulling out of Iraq's main cities and towns this week. We'll have a report from CNN's Michael Ware.
"The Basijis are waiting for them:" Amnesty International says Iranians wounded in the violent aftermath of the June 12 presidential election are being seized at hospitals. We'll have an update from CNN's Reza Sayah.
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Find out in the CNN Newsroom with Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes beginning 6am ET/3am PT.
Iranians injured or wounded during election protests are being nabbed at hospitals by members of an Islamic militia, an Amnesty International official told CNN Saturday.
Reza Sayah has details from CNN's Iran desk.
We'll have the latest on this developing story in Iran with Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes in the CNN Newsroom, beginning 6am ET/3am PT