(CNN) – It has been described as the sound of a swarm of "giant, angry hornets." But despite complaints from players, fans and TV networks, FIFA has decided not to ban vuvuzela horns at the World Cup. Our Richard Roth talks to fans for their reactions.
Editor's Note: From the home front to the front lines, we're following one recruit's journey in our American Morning original series "A Soldier's Story."
(CNN) – When we last saw Will he had completed his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. But in order to become a combat engineer, he's moved on to more advanced training at Fort Stewart, Georgia. Our Jason Carroll caught up with him for part eight of our ongoing original series, "A Soldier's Story."
(CNN) – The mothers of three US hikers who remain jailed in Iran are demanding their children be released or tried. It's the first time the families have criticized the Iranians since their children were arrested near the Iraq-Iran border and charged with espionage last year. Laura Fattal, mother of imprisoned American hiker Josh Fattal, joined us via phone on Thursday's American Morning.
(CNN) – For the past year, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates have been secretly trying to convince America's billionaires to share their wealth by donating half their personal net worth to charity. Fortune magazine's Carole Loomis broke the story yesterday. She joined us on Thursday's American Morning to explain.