Fredricka's guest: a veteran journalist in Paris. She asks him what the French people think of the case made against former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
Could the one-time presidential hopeful survive a scandal in the states and still mount a campaign back home?
CNN speaks with the Wilfahrt family about their son, Cpl. Anthony Wilfahrt, who was killed in February in Afghanistan. Cpl. Wilfahrt was openly gay, a fact that seemed not to affect the other guys in his unit. CNN's Wayne Drash has written a poignant profile of Cpl. Wilfahrt and the effect his death had on his family.
Now Wilfahrt's parents have taken up the cause of same-sex marriage on his behalf. A proposed change to the state constitution in Minnesota, where the Wilfahrts are from, would outlaw gay marriage and define the union as one man and one woman. CNN also speaks with the man who authored the proposed amendment, State Sen. Warren Limmer.
Emily Good, the 28-year-old community activist who was arrested after recording Rochester Police make a traffic stop, is relieved she's no longer facing a criminal charge. But she's disturbed that the Rochester Police union continues to believe there was nothing wrong with her arrest. Since she was detained, a burglar stole the iPod she used to record her police confrontation. Plus her supporters received multiple parking tickets while they gathered at a meeting. Good and Rochester newspaper columnist, Erica Bryant, spoke with CNN's Don Lemon about the controversy.
The WNBA celebrates its 15th season under the new direction of Laurel Richie, the first African-American ever to run a professional sports league.
As a previous outsider to the world of basketball, Richie believes she brings a fan perspective, as well as over two decades of experience in marketing, advertising, and corporate management. CNN’s Don Lemon spoke with Laurel Richie about her experiences as president of the WNBA and what makes the women of the WNBA so special.