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March 28th, 2011
01:22 PM ET

Perry's Principles: Higher education gets hit hard by spending cuts

Since 2008, 43 states have either made cuts to higher education or raised tuition. Will this affect your ability to pay for college?

Steve Perry, CNN Education Contributor and Founder of Capital Prep. Magnet School talks about higher education budget cuts with Christine Romans.

Filed under: Perry's Principles
March 28th, 2011
08:47 AM ET

What does Obama need to say to the nation Monday?

President Obama is slated to address the nation Monday night at 7:30ET regarding military operations in Libya. It is expected that the president will talk about what has been accomplished thus far in Operation Odyssey Dawn, as well as what steps might be next.

Presidential Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin and Nick Ragone, author of "Presidential Leadership" discuss President Obama's speech.

Filed under: Libya • World
March 28th, 2011
08:05 AM ET

President Obama will speak on Libya Monday

President Obama will address the nation about Operation Odyssey Dawn and the U.S.'s involvement in military action there Monday evening.

Parag Khanna is a Senior Fellow at the non-partisan think tank, The New American Foundation, and is the author of "How to Run the World". Khanna talks to American Morning about the latest developments out of Libya and what Operation Odyssey Dawn means for American politics.

Filed under: Libya • U.S. • World
March 28th, 2011
06:54 AM ET

Temperatures rising in reactor one at Fukushima Daiichi plant

Japanese officials are reporting rising temperatures at reactor one at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Radiation levels are said to be registering at 100-thousand times the normal level, an amount workers could only be exposed to for fifteen minutes at a time.

Professor Cham Dallas is the Director of the Institute for Health Management and Mass Destruction Defense at the University of Georgia and has led 12 expeditions into the most contaminated areas of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Professor Dallas talks to American Morning's Kiran Chetry about the latest developments out of Japan.

Filed under: Health • Japan • World