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February 25th, 2011
07:12 AM ET
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February 24th, 2011
02:09 PM ET

You Choose! Winning & Losing Stories

Dirty Air & Heart Attacks
Scientists report in today's Lancet Journal that air pollution triggers more heart attacks than using cocaine. The study says bad air poses as high a health risk as alcohol, coffee and physical exertion. The world health organization describes air polition as a "major environmental risk" causing an estimated 2 million premature deaths around the world each year.

Ugandan President May Release Rap Album
According to Reuters, Uganda's president Yoweri Museveni says he might release an album after record producers made a hit song out of his rallies by mixing folk chants he preformed with hip-hop beats.

Arrests in Killing of U.S. Agent
Mexican authorities have made 10 arrests in the fatal shooting of a US immigration agent earlier this month. One suspect is the presumed leader of a drug cartel allegedly behind the hit. Agent Jaime Zapata was killed in an ambush while on a Mexican highway. Five other men, three women and a minor were also arrested. Via CNN

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Filed under: Ali Velshi • You Choose
February 24th, 2011
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February 24th, 2011
09:57 AM ET

Space Shuttle Launch

If you could go to space, would you?  And why?

Leave your comments below.

Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors • Don Lemon
February 23rd, 2011
01:40 PM ET

BIG I: The Kairos Society

Click here to check out The Kairos Society.

Click here to follow The Kairos Society on Twitter.

Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors • The Big I
February 23rd, 2011
12:28 PM ET

Violence & Sports

Are sports today too violent?  If so, how would you fix it?

Leave your comments below.

Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors
February 23rd, 2011
11:25 AM ET

Male Sex Abuse Victims Often Suffer in Silence

U.S. Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts revealed he was sexually abused in his book "Against All Odds," which came out this week. The disclosure spotlights the difference between the way boys and men handle violations compared to girls and women. CNN's Don Lemon spoke with David Lisak, a member of the group and an abuse survivor himself, about why male victims tend to not expose the sexual offenses against them.

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