A big THANK YOU to everyone who took the time to comment on yesterday’s News Note. This is a fiery, divisive, important topic and I appreciate you furthering the discussion. We’ll have more in the coming days on Sarah Palin, the so-called “work/life balance”, and whether these are fair questions to raise. Keep the comments coming!
We’ll carry Gov. Palin’s speech live tonight on CNN, part of the best convention coverage on TV – don’t miss it!
One major goal for any politician is to prove he or she is in touch with the average American. Let’s go beyond the diner photo-ops and manufacturing plant visits – how about a check of the local news making headlines? I’m sure the stories below have people in the area talking.
A man described by his mother as “desperately mentally ill” is now in custody, accused of killing six people in Washington today. Among the victims, a sheriff’s deputy who tried to help the 28-year-old man and his family.
First up, football hazing ends in three expulsions at a high school. High school hazing so bad these kids are kicked out of school? Scary. Very scary.
To sag or not to sag? Personally, I don’t understand how anyone can keep their pants up when the waist is below their bum… but that’s a separate issue. These days, choosing to sag offers bigger issues, like jail time.
Anderson Cooper goes beyond the headlines to tell stories from many points of view, so you can make up your own mind about the news. Tune in weeknights at 8 and 10 ET on CNN.
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