The accusations against Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the admissions of Arnold Schwarzenegger this week begs the question - how can a woman stop her mate from cheating? Strauss-Kahn, the former chief of the International Monetary Fund, faces multiple charges including attempted rape. Schwarzenegger, action star and former governor of California, admitted he fathered a child with his housekeeper. Dr. Wendy Walsh, author of the "The Boyfriend Test," told CNN's Don Lemon six important questions women need to ask prospective partners to see if they're at higher risk of cheating.
In Swainsboro, Georgia, a prom for all grades at the high school had a special attraction. Students had to don dresses and tuxes made of duct tape! They're all now competing in the Duck Brand Duct Tape's Stuck at Prom contest . Some of Swainsboro's finest joined CNN's Don Lemon for a duct tape fashion show.
By now 18-year-old Bernabe Rangel should be in Mexico with his grandparents. The soccer star from Southeast Whitfield High School in Georgia decided to leave on his own after ICE learned of his illegal status in March last year. Rangel, his coach Jamison Griffin, and Rangel's attorney Brad Davis, explained why they thought this was the better way to CNN's Don Lemon.
An inventor's hopes to sell his creation leads to the public release of new images of Michael Jackson – at 19 before he went under the knife. See the photos.
Easter is the holiest day in the Christian calendar - when Jesus Christ rose from the dead, according to the Bible. Followers believe when they die, they will see Jesus. But one 11-year-old boy from Nebraska doesn't have to wait. Colton Burpo says he met the Son of God eight years ago when the boy almost died from a burst appendix. His father, Todd, chronicles it all in the book, "Heaven is for Real," a New York Times paperback bestseller. CNN's Don Lemon spoke with Todd and Colton, who describes what Jesus was like.
The sultry voice behind the 1996 hit ballad "Un-Break My Heart" is promising to get real with a new reality tv show. Toni Braxton's "Braxton Family Values" has no island getaways or dancing get-ups. She says the WE tv program will show her far-from-fantasy life and address her money and health problems. It stars Braxton and her four younger sisters, Traci, Towanda, Trina, and Tamar, the baby. It starts April 12. Tamar and Toni talked to CNN's Don Lemon about why they opened up their lives to viewers.
27-year-old Mohammed Nabbous set up an internet channel, streaming live 24 hours a day and telling the story of the government crackdown against revolt in Libya. It was a daring act as Moammar's Ghadafi's government imposed a media blackout. Last month he spoke with CNN's Don Lemon about concerns he would not survive the night. This month his fears came true after sniper fire cut down the freedom fighter. Lemon and CNN's John Vause spoke with Nabbous' cousin Ahmed and a family friend Ali Gebril about the legacy the expecting father has now left behind.
Update: Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years.
It was a bizarre crime that baffled investigators for years and the woman behind it all, according to prosecutors, is getting sentenced Monday. But some have their doubts about whether all of the guilty in the collar bomb case of 2003 were brought to justice. CNN's Don Lemon spoke with investigative journalist Rich Schapiro about the murder/robbery/bombing involved. Schapiro conducted 75 interviews and looked through thousands of pages of documents to write "The Incredible True Story of the Collar Bomb Heist" for Wired Magazine.
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 1in6.org and an abuse survivor himself, about why male victims tend to not expose the sexual offenses against them.
Niki Taylor set a modeling record, gracing six covers in one month during the 1990's. Now the former supermodel has gone from the runway to the road - traveling the country for Reader's Digest. She's a spokesperson for the magazine's campaign called "We Hear You America." The magazine is donating $5 million dollars to community programs that receive the most "cheers" on its website. The Reader's Digest team is now in the final-25-cities leg of the campaign's 100-city tour. Taylor is proud to be part of the project. It brought her to Atlanta where CNN's Don Lemon got a chance to talk to the mother of three about her past and her future.