Today in the CNN NewsRoom we did a story on a Maine state lawmaker calling for cell phones sold in the United States to come with warning labels that they could possibly cause brain cancer.
There is no consensus among scientists that cell phones do cause cancer.
The cell phone industry disputes any cancer claims.
If you want to find out how your cell phone ranks in terms of radio frequency levels, you can find out its specific absorption rate by clicking here.
The specific absorption rate is a way of measuring the quantity of radio frequency energy absorbed by the body.
The weekend’s huge snowstorm meant hundreds of cancelled flights and thousands of ruined travel plans.
If you’re suffering in an airport terminal, or suffering at home after cancelling your trip, we want to hear from you.
Post your travel horror stories below. Heidi will read some of them on the air in the 10am ET hour of Newsroom.
It's the competition in U.S. politics that no one wants to win. Who told the biggest lie of the year?
The folks at PolitiFact.com have tallied the votes and announced the "winner."
What do you think?