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Editor's note: CNN Chief National Correspondent John King speaks with a panel of guests about Sarah Palin's political future.
Editor's note: CNN's John King and Arwa Damon speak with Prof. Fouad Ajami about the anti-government protests in Syria.
Editor's note: CNN's John King reports on allegations that the Assad regime allegedly tortured a 13-year-old boy.
Tonight, a gruesome story out of Syria where the Assad regime continues its crackdown on its own people as they protest against the government for more freedom. We're Keeping Syria Honest.
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(CNN) - Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is once again at the center of the political stage tonight.
Palin is in the midst of a rather mysterious East Coast bus tour that some political observers are interpreting as a trial balloon for a 2012 presidential campaign. The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee is keeping details of her trip largely under wraps, with crowds forming simply based on speculation of where and when she might appear.
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Editor's note: Watch Damon and Ajami discuss Syria here.
(CNN) - Two more people died amid protests in Syria today, as government troops and tanks surrounded one town and apparently shelled another for a second day, according to protest organizers and a witness.
That takes the total number of dead to about 830. One of those deaths is giving a new face to the atrocities happening in Syria: 13 year old Hamza Ali Al-Khateeb. After his mutilated body was returned to his family, Syrians gathered in what may be their biggest and most significant protest yet. Hamza’s apparent torture has caused widespread outrage.
The Arabic language Facebook page set up in memory of him, “We are all Hamza Alkhateeb," has nearly 59,000 members as of this writing.
So will this new symbol of the brutality of the Assad regime rally Syrians to a critical mass?
Tune into AC360° tonight beginning at 10pm ET for a discussion with CNN’s Arwa Damon and the Prof. Fouad Ajami of Johns Hopkins University. Damon has what may be surprising reporting on why the Syrian government may want people to see Hamza’s body, and Ajami explains why he believes “we live in a cruel world” in which the West won’t be coming to the aid of the Syrian people.
(CNN) - Politicians are in plentiful supply this Memorial Day as the ramp-up to the 2012 presidential election begins in earnest.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who began a nationwide bus tour Sunday, generated plenty of buzz, visiting Fort McHenry in Baltimore and Mount Vernon in Virginia on Monday.
She told CNN on Monday that she plans to take her "One Nation" bus tour to Iowa, the state that votes first in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
"I'm sure at some point I will be going to Iowa," Palin said.
The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee told reporters earlier on Monday she is "still kind of contemplating" a White House run.
"I think any Republican candidate is very, very electable," she said. "I think Americans are ready for true change."
Palin's Memorial Day schedule will also take her to the battlefield at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Over the next few days, Palin's "One Nation" bus tour is also scheduled to make stops at historic sites in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, the latter home to the nation's first primary.
"This isn't a campaign bus," she said. "This is a bus to be able to express to America how much we appreciate our foundation, and to invite more people to be interested in all that is good about America."
"We don't need to fundamentally transform America," she added. "We need to restore what's good about America."
Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, who would compete with Palin for Tea Party support should she run, was attending Memorial Day events in New Hampshire.FULL STORY
Reporter's Note: Memorial Day has been around since the end of the Civil War. I am writing about it in today’s letter to the White House.
Dear Mr. President,
I was pleased to see that the Monday version of Memorial Day happened to fall upon the traditional date this year of May 30. I was doing some research last week into why the date was changed back in the early 1970’s (mainly to give federal workers another 3-day holiday) and I thought that was kind of sad.
I don’t begrudge people having time off. Heck, I think Americans work too many hours as it is. I just think that something as solemn and important as remembering the troops who have died in service to our country is a bit more important than another chance to go camping or fire up the barbeque.
Tripoli, Libya (CNN) - Eight generals from embattled Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's army have defected to Italy, the Italian Foreign Ministry told CNN Monday.
The generals were accompanied by more than 100 Libyan soldiers, a senior Italian official with first-hand knowledge of and responsibility for the operation said.
The Libyans crossed their country's border into Tunisia, where they were met by Italian intelligence agents, the official said.
The news came on the same day that South African President Jacob Zuma met with Gadhafi to push for a cease-fire between Gadhafi's forces and rebel fighters, officials said.FULL STORY