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2009 Parents choose baby's gender
CNN's Dan Simon reports more and more couples are now using in-vitro fertilization to select their baby's gender.
Signs of a heart attack
Ninette Sosa tells us about the importance of knowing the signs of a heart attack.
Obama reverses stance on Gitmo
President Obama says the U.S. will resume military tribunals for detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison.
Top chefs talk obesity epidemic
From the Food and Wine Classic, chef Daniel Boulud and Top Chef's Gail Simmons weigh in on the obesity epidemic.
Threats to your cell phone
We talked to industry insider Lookout Mobile Security co-founder Kevin Mahaffey about the threats to your phone.
Former editor justifies phone hacking
Former News of the World features editor Paul McMullan joins Howard Kurtz to defend his paper's use of phone hacking.
Cain 'I've never held public office!'
Presidential candidate Herman Cain exclaimed in Iowa that he has never held public office and that's a good thing.
Trip on a Tank Norfolk, Va. to D.C.
What does the oldest edible ham look like? CNN's Reynolds Wolf finds out, and you can too in this Trip on a Tank.
Bachmann dodging questions?
Rep. Michele Bachmann seems to be running from her own past statements about sexual orientation and civil rights.
Girl spanked to death in the name of God
Gary Tuchman reports on an author who says you must spank your child and a couple who killed their daughter doing it.
Mubarak trial won't be televised
The judge in the Hosni Mubarak trial rules that proceedings will not be televised. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
Tense times in Tripoli
CNN's Matthew Chance reports from Green Square in Tripoli on the situation in the country.
Activist makes a difference
A CNN Freedom Project story spurs viewer to action. CNN's Thelma Gutierrez reports.
Keeping children safe
CNN's Jim Clancy speaks to Mary Falvey of Wyndham Hotels on their commitment to protect children from sex trafficking.
Alec Baldwin for NYC mayor?
Alec Baldwin says he's considering a run for mayor of New York City. E.D. Hill has more.
Pawlenty campaign never found groove
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on the rise and fall of Tim Pawlenty's presidential campaign.
AM news in a minute for Aug 16, 2011
Christine Romans with the news you need to start your day.
AM Talkback for Aug. 16, 2011
Carol Costello asks "Is Warren Buffet's tax compromise good, or is it just politics?"
Ali Velshi on 'The Daily Show'
CNN's Ali Velshi met with Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show" to talk about the economy.
Bishops sue to block immigration law
Bishop Henry Parsley and Mark Krikorian on a lawsuit claiming that the Alabama immigration law limits religious freedom.
Gruener on Buffett's call to raise taxes
Alta Partners co-founder Garrett Gruener on why he agrees with Warren Buffett's call to raise taxes on the rich.
Phone hacking 'widely discussed' at NOTW
A letter released by MPs suggests phone hacking was openly discussed at the News of the World.
Kate Middleton's waist isn't that small
A magazine admits to doctoring a photo of Kate Middleton.
Shuttle crew on life after Atlantis
Commander Chris Ferguson, pilot Doug Hurley and mission specialists Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim talk life post-shuttle.
Dr. Oz Dancing is great brain exercise
Exercise is good for your brain but that means more than just doing a crossword puzzle.
Boy Scout survives Utah wilderness
A lost Boy Scout survived a weekend in the Utah wilderness by using skills he'd learned in the Scouts. KUTV reports.
Perry Fed chairman 'almost treasonous'
Gov. Rick Perry says Ben Bernanke could commit treason if he greenlights the printing of more money.
School fights obesity, wins award
Northeast does some things a lot healthier than other schools: Fresh fruits and vegetables, and yes, yoga.
Secy. Vilsack on Obama bus tour
Agriculture Secy. Tom Vilsack talks about President Obama's bus tour and new initiatives to spur economic growth.
Veteran employs fellow soldiers
Dawn Halfaker is a military veteran who employs fellow veterans at her consulting firm.
Playing politics with the military
Are GOP presidential candidates Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry playing politics with their comments about the military?
Salvation in Cafe Reconcile's kitchen
CNN's Ed Lavandera on one student who found hope and a new life working in the kitchen in New Orleans' Cafe Reconcile.
'The U.S. government is not a charity'
Garrett Gruener is the director of the venture capital firm Alta Partners but he supports increased taxes.
Jill Zarin slams N.J. 'Real Housewife'
"Real Housewife" Jill Zarin tells Joy Behar Show guest host E.D. Hill she's embarrassed by some reality show behavior.
How to put 14 million Americans to work
Moody's Mark Zandi and Center for American Progress' Christian Weller on how jobs can be created in the U.S.
Gosselin talks 'Octomom' mix-up
Kate Gosselin cringes when HLN's Joy Behar mixes her up with Nadya Suleman.
Granderson Why date night doesn't work
LZ Granderson says having a set date night ruined his sex life and made his relationship boring and routine.
Dean Kamen on Will.i.am's star power
Inventor Dean Kamen talks about the excitement of having Will.i.am's star power behind FIRST.
Bryce Dallas Howard on her famous family
Actress Bryce Dallas Howard from the new movie "The Help" talks about her famous family and her unique middle name.
Sarah Palin weighs in on GOP debate
At the Iowa State Fair, Sarah Palin talks Michele Bachmann, the GOP debate and whether she'll run for president.
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