Today, a Senate committee holds a hearing on questionable foreclosures. It's a big problem in many parts of the country.
In today's Taking the Lead we focus on Florida's huge foreclosure case load.
There are so many pending, that $10 Million was allocated to hire retired judges to go quickly go through them all. But these so-called "rocket dockets" can hurt homeowners.
YourName@facebook.com could be your new email address.
In yesterday's Taking the Lead, Drew Griffin and Josh Levs looked at the big Facebook announcement: email addresses for its users.
Today's Mission Possible focused on saving children from poverty using music.
To check out the Atlanta Music Group, click here.
Atlanta Music Group was inspired by El Sistema. To check out the group's accomplishment's, click here.
We are still talking about body scanners and the TSA’s new pat down procedures today. Pilots as well as flight attendants have spoken out about their desire not to be subjected to the body scanners as they fear they are putting their long term health at risk multiple times throughout the course of a work week.
The new scanners are a potential health risk and the pat downs are possibly an invasion of privacy and invasive.
Which would you prefer, since after all you do have a choice?
Kyra Phillips wants to hear from you! She will read some responses during the 10 o’clock hour.