More than 500-thousand people are part of a facebook group that wants to boycott every product under BP's brand. But get this – there's also a Facebook group called "support BP." Its numbers - as you would expect - about 500 or so. Its members say supporting BP is in all of our best interests. Don Lemon interviews a member of the Facebook group as well as a woman who grew up in Alabama who says a bankrupt BP can help no one.
General Stanley McChrystal, the top commander in Afghanistan, says it is likely U.S. troop casualties will rise throughout the summer, even to fall.
Those deaths aren't just numbers. They are sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and friends of the people here at home. T.J. Holmes reports on how one family is coping on the lost of their son, Sgt. Brandon Bury.
From Digital Lifestyle Expert Mario Armstrong:
Millions of people worldwide will be using their mobile devices to stay up to date on the latest with the 2010 World Cup Tournament. According to Nielsen Research, 21% of worldwide users plan to use their mobile to follow along! Take a look at my Top 3 mobile applications for varying devices, some of the apps are free others may cost a fee for live video or audio play by play coverage! Most mobile apps don't broadcast live games, if you want to watch LIVE 2010 World Cup games while being mobile you should take a look at MobiTV.com or FloTV.com those services start at $9.99 per month.
Look for Mario Armstrong's all things tech segments in the 8 o'clock hour of CNN Saturday Morning with TJ Holmes.