A new line of body mist, mascara, and other products will soon be hitting Walmart's shelves. But, this isn't your average make-up line– this one is called geoGIRL and it specifically targets 'tween' girls as young as 8.
Critics say encouraging girls to wear make-up at a young age also encourages a negative self-image. But Walmart is standing by the line and says '"The geoGIRL line was developed in partnership with our customers to give parents a healthier, age-appropriate option for their tween girls who ask about wearing make-up." CNN's Kate Bolduan talks to Psychotherapist Karol Ward about the story that's stirring up a lot of controversy.
Cairo, Egypt (CNN) - Thousands of angry anti-government demonstrators took to the streets Friday in several Egyptian cities and clashed with police who fired tear gas to quell the crowds.
In Cairo, the capital, vans packed with riot police circled neighborhoods before the start of weekly prayers Friday afternoon. But protesters, fed up with high unemployment and a lack of freedoms, defied security warnings to demand an end to President Hosni Mubarak's authoritarian 30-year-rule.
Protesters hurled rocks and chanted that Mubarak, the dictator, must go.
Nasser Weddady is the Civil Outreach Director for the American Islamic Conference he talks to American Morning's T.J. Holmes about why social media and online outreach has been so effective in propelling the revolution.
Check out this video of Ambam, a 21-year-old Silverback gorilla, walking upright–it has many doing a double-take.