(CNN) – The doctor accused of having a role in Michael Jackson's death is fighting to keep his medical license again in court today. In this AM original report, a much different opinion of Doctor Conrad Murray emerges. Our Ted Rowlands talks to patients who say Dr. Murray deserves praise, not persecution.
(CNN) – A 20th body was found Monday from last week's flash flood at an Arkansas campground, an official said. Terri Roeder survived the flood, but lost three members of her family – her mother, Kay, brother, Bruce, and sister-in-law, Debbie. She joined us on Monday's American Morning to share her story.
Read more: 20th body found at Arkansas campground
Langley, Arkansas (CNN) - One person remained missing Monday from last week's flash flood at an Arkansas campground that left 19 dead, but "there's still a possibility there could be others," Gov. Mike Beebe told CNN.
Rescuers found a 19th body over the weekend about half to three-quarters of a mile downstream from the campground, Arkansas State Police Capt. Mike Fletcher told reporters. Eighteen of the 19 bodies recovered so far have been identified, Fletcher said.
A wall of water swept through the Albert Pike Recreation Area before dawn Friday, when most campers were sleeping. The park is located along the Caddo and Little Missouri rivers, and the flood struck so quickly there was little chance for campers to escape, officials said.
Survivor Terri Rhoeder, who lost her mother, brother and sister-in-law in the tragedy, described for CNN's "American Morning" how quickly the water rose. She had been sleeping outside on an air mattress when she awoke and realized she was floating on the water. Read more
(CNN) – A massive, all-out effort is happening to improve the treatment of brain diseases like Alzheimer's. Eleven American pharmaceutical companies – typically competitors – are pooling data in hopes of making a medical breakthrough. Dr. Raymond Woosley is the founder of the Critical Path Institute, which is spearheading this effort. He joined us on Monday's American Morning to explain the unusual arrangement.
(CNN) – Whether you've been called book smart or street smart we'd all like to think that we're intelligent. But what does being "smart" really mean? And how do you get there? In our special series, "Are You Smart," Alina Cho took an in-depth look at every aspect of intelligence.
Program Note: IQ tests aren't the only way to judge smarts. In fact, some say emotional intelligence is much more accurate in determining whether or not people will succeed in life. Never heard of emotional intelligence? Watch American Morning tomorrow for part two of our series, "Are You Smart?"