[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/04/05/gyi0060083450.jpg caption="GETTY IMAGES"]Today is the first day of Masters week and Tiger Woods will take questions from the media in Augusta, Georgia. It will be just the third time he has spoken in public since driving his luxury SUV into a fire hydrant last year, sparking revelations of multiple affairs. Woods will take questions for about 30 minutes. Reporters can ask about anything – from his game to family life.
Our question: What would you like to ask Tiger Woods?
We’ll share some of your comments on air in the CNN Newsroom, 11am ET – 1pm ET.
Oxford High School in Alabama has a dress code for its prom. Dresses can’t be too low-cut, too short, or too transparent. OK – that’s fairly reasonable…and fairly common. But the punishment for violating the dress code – that’s where this story gets interesting. Students have a choice: 3 days of suspension from school. Or a paddling.
Of 352 students who went to the Oxford High School prom, 18 violated the policy. 17 chose to be paddled.
Paddling – really?
Let us know what you think.