We heard from many of you right here on this blog about the violence in Chicago. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield and Josh Levs highlighted a few of your comments on the air.
The savage videotaped beating death of Chicago honor student Derrion Albert horrified people around the world. Grammy-nominated musician Nas was so outraged he posted an open letter exhorting teens to end the senseless bloodshed. CNN's Don Lemon spoke with Nas about why he wrote the letter, and whether violent lyrics in his own music might have played a role in creating a permissive culture of violence.
As part of the on-going series "Pioneros: Latino Firsts," CNN's Don Lemon profiles former Education Secretary Lauro Cavazos, the first Hispanic to hold a cabinet-level post in a presidential administration.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan predicts U.S. unemployment could hit 10%. Currently the nation’s unemployment rate is at 9.8%.
So what do you think is most responsible from the worsening employment picture: a failed stimulus package, an economy much worse than we knew, employers cutting deeper and hiring more slowly than expected, or something else all together.
Leave us a comment. We’ll share some of them on air in the CNN Newsroom, 11am ET — 1pm ET.
As President Obama oversees a review of the military strategy in Afghanistan, do the troops have time to wait for reinforcements?
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