Carolyn and Sean Savage spent years trying to have another child and, after four miscarriages, Carolyn finally got pregnant after in vitro fertilization.
But the Savages were devastated when they learned the embryo Carolyn was implanted with wasn't theirs. Still, the Savages made the decision to carry the baby to term for the other couple. Carolyn and Sean document their story in their new book 'Inconceivable: A Medical Mistake, the Baby We Couldn't Keep, and Our Choice to Deliver the Ultimate Gift" and tell Kiran Chetry their story this morning.
CBS News correspondent Lara Logan was reporting on the protests in Egypt Friday when she was separated from her crew and attacked. She is currently recovering in a U.S. hospital, having been sexually assaulted and beaten.
Judith Matloff is a Professor at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and has known Logan since 1992. She says Logan's story is unusual not because it happened, but because the public is hearing about it. Professor Matloff speaks to American Morning's Kiran Chetry.
President Obama released his 2012 budget proposal Monday, spurring criticism from the GOP.
Judd Gregg, a former Republican senator from New Hampshire and a former member of the Senate Budget Committee, says neither side of the aisle is addressing the fundamental problem behind the national debt. Gregg tells American Morning's Kiran Chetry what he thinks needs to happen.
More than ten thousand protesters filled Bahrain's Pearl Square Tuesday, making it the largest in the Persian Gulf nation's history.
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is in Bahrain covering the protest. Kristof tweeted, "At Bahrain's Pearl Sq looks like Tahrir Square all over again. Police gathered in force but standing back for now."
Kristof talks to T.J. Holmes about the uprisings in Bahrain and how they compare to those in Egypt.