Here's what we're working on for tomorrow.
President Bush gives his final farewell in a primetime speech in the East Room. It's his last scheduled public appearance until Inauguration Day. The Obamas also move into Blair House tomorrow, their last stop before the White House. It's also a big day for Hillary Clinton. The Senate votes on her cabinet appointment. We'll have details on all of that.
We'll also have a 360° exclusive interview. Hear from a young man who was thrown into the media spotlight in 2006. Mychal Bell was one of a group of black teenagers who was charged with attempted murder in the beating of a white classmate at Jena High School in Louisiana. The charges were reduced after a national outcry and the largest civil rights march in decades.
Bell eventually pleaded to a juvenile charge of second-degree battery and has been living in a foster home in Monroe while attending school. But on Christmas Eve he found himself back in the news after being arrested for shoplifting and simple assault. A few days later, Bell shot himself in the chest. Fortunately, he survived. So why did he try to take his own life?
Sean Callebs sat down with Bell and talked to him about the enormous pressures that drove him to the edge.
It's an emotional interview. Join us at 10 p.m. ET tomorrow and see for yourself.
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