If you're looking for a way to relieve stress and anxiety or to get in touch with your emotions in the new year look no further than your iPhone or iPad.
Ronit Herzfeld shows off her the new iPhone and iPad application "Awareness" on American Morning. Test out the application for a limited time at WhatAreYouFeelingRightNow.com
A new year, a new attitude and maybe a new years resolution. But how do are you going to stick to your often unreasonable goals. Dr. Jeff Gardere talks to Christine Romans and Joe Johns on American Morning about the being specific and achievable with your goals.
New York (CNN) - Four days after a monster blizzard blanketed much of the northeastern U.S., New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he will investigate whether sanitation workers intentionally delayed cleanup efforts over frustrations regarding citywide budget cuts.
"It would be an outrage if it took place," Bloomberg said Thursday, stressing that his administration's primary focus is clearing streets in the city's outer boroughs. Some neighborhoods remained snowbound for days after the storm.
Rumors swirled across New York on Thursday that sanitation officers ordered rank-and-file workers to slow down cleanup efforts in retaliation for the city's belt-tightening measures.
City councilman Dan Halloran said three sanitation workers and two Department of Transportation supervisors came to his office saying their supervisors ordered the slowdown, telling workers "The mayor will see how much he needs us" and that "there will be plenty of overtime."
Councilman Halloran addresses how large the problem was on American Morning.
Starting tomorrow, more than 10,000 baby boomers a day will turn 65 or retirement age and since boomers are defined as those born between 1946 and 1964, this is a trend that will last for the next 19 years. But in tough economic times boomers are struggling to say afloat let alone think about retirement. Boomers now find themselves pulled between aging parents and adult children still living at home.
Will the boomers ever get to retire? Jim Bacon, author of "Boomergeddon", explains the situation with Christine Romans on American Morning.
Washington (CNN) - Republican Christine O'Donnell, who lost her bid for U.S. Senate from Delaware, is lashing out at reports the Justice Department and FBI have launched a criminal investigation into possible misuse of campaign funds for personal expenses, calling any such probe "thug tactics."
Justice Department prosecutors and FBI agents have started the investigation, a source with knowledge of the probe confirmed to CNN. The source could not speak on the record because of the investigation is deemed sensitive. The source would not provide any further details and the FBI and Justice Department had no comment.
Christine O'Donnell defends her record and tells Kiran Chetry and Joe Johns, “I am very confident that there have been no impermissible use of campaign funds.”
New York City officials have been the subject of sharp criticism following this weekend's snowstorm that slammed the city and much of the east coast. State Senator Carl Kruger has called the cleanup efforts a "colossal failure" and city councilwoman said that Mayor Bloomberg was simply "out of touch." But today, John Doherty, Commissioner of the Department of Sanitation, turns the criticism around explains what he thinks broke down in New York City's cleanup effort.