'Young the Giant' took six less-than-productive months of debauchery and turned them into an appearance on the 'MTV Video Music Awards.' The hardest part? Convincing their parents that dropping out of college was a good idea. Find out why the band almost said no to the VMA's in this week's #MusicMonday.
The CNN iReport community, which is over 1 million members strong, celebrated the best in citizen journalism this past weekend at the 2nd Annual CNN iReport Awards. Brooke speaks with iReporter Chris Morrow about her candid interview with Michelle "Bombshell" McGee and about what makes CNN iReport so special.
Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first ever democratically elected president, is tasked with unifying his divided country. Brooke speaks with Middle East analyst Robin Wright about the challenges he faces and how he might impact relations between the U.S. and Egypt.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with NY Times Columnist Anand Giridharadas about China's youth seeking to recover heritage.
OMG! Cranberry juice is under attack. As Gawker puts it: "Thanks to Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" initiative, the Department of Agriculture will soon create stricter guidelines for what can be sold in school vending machines and cafeterias. This could signal the end of young people drinking cranberry juice cocktail — and that's bad news for the cranberry industry."
Yeah ...it tastes good with with vodka, but kids like it because, in an 8 oz glass of Ocean Spray, there are 30 grams of sugar. But I digress.
Our pre-show meeting was all about the US Supreme Court and if it will hand down its ruling on Obamacare. Could happen today or Thursday.
Wildfires are burning out of control in Colorado. Tropical Storm Debbie is doing a number on norther Florida. 15 inches in Tampa! Wow.
We'll see you at 9am ET!
People under 26 are directly affected by Obama Care. They give their take on keeping or repealing Obama Care.
A legal expert talks to Randi Kaye about the new hurdles facing Jerry Sandusky - from civil suits to appeals.
15 year-old twins Anna and Rachel Otto tells Randi Kaye what inspired them to cover the Occupy Wall Street movement in 2011. They were honored with an iReport Award for Compelling Imagery.