Editor's Note: Carol Costello’s report on “Male Studies” generated varied opinion from Wednesday’s American Morning audience. Some were unconvinced that such a program would be of any value, others provided a more historical perspective, noting that “throughout human history, the world's social pendulum has swung between male dominated society and female dominated society.”
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(CNN) – The man who rescued an 11-year-old girl lost in a dense Florida swamp said Wednesday that God led him directly to her, and that finding her was no surprise.
James King said he set out on his own to look for Nadia Bloom on Tuesday, trusting that he was going in the right direction even when that meant through water or dense brush.
"I was expecting to hear her voice," King told CNN's American Morning. "So I'm yelling, 'Nadia!' and at one point, I yell, 'Nadia!' and I hear 'What?' And I said that way - right there."
(CNN) – Authorities in Washington D.C. and Russia are still dealing with the fallout after a boy was sent back to Russia alone by the family in Tennessee who had adopted him.
In a CNN exclusive, our Kiran Chetry talked with Arthur Lookyanov, the driver who was hired in Russia to pick the boy up at the airport.
(CNN) – It's a new state law that could have an impact nationwide. Nebraska lawmakers have passed legislation to ban abortions after 20 weeks, on the belief that the fetus feels pain by that time.
Patricia Murphy, Capitol Hill bureau chief of PoliticsDaily.com, and CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin joined us on Wednesday's American Morning to discuss the law.
Editor's Note: This week in our original series "China Rising," we're assessing China's economic impact on the United States. Tomorrow on American Morning, some say China is poised to become the next economic super power, but that contradicts the life hundreds of millions of Chinese people live. We'll take you on a tour of China like no other.
(CNN) – Property values in China are skyrocketing. Experts say the prices in March grew at a record pace, despite government attempts to slow them down.
Our John Vause reports on the impending threat that the real estate market presents not just to China, but to the rest of the world.