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April 11th, 2011
12:37 PM ET

Book claims everyday toxins could cause health risks

David Wentz, one of the authors of the best-selling book, "The Healthy Home," tells CNN's American Morning, hidden dangers inside your home could be hurting your family.


Filed under: Health
April 11th, 2011
12:14 PM ET

Can computers replace teachers?

Education contributor, Steve Perry speaks to CNN's American Morning on the benefits of online classes.


Filed under: Education
April 11th, 2011
11:57 AM ET

Father of first grader with severe peanut allergy speaks out

David Bailey, father of a first grader whose severe peanut allergy prompted parent's to protest safety measures enacted by her school is finally speaking out. Some parents cited the precautions as too extreme and distracting to the students' learning process, saying she should be home schooled. Some even threatened to spread peanut butter on the child's backpack. Bailey speaks to CNN's Kiran Chetry on dealing with the negative responses to his daughter's allergy.


Filed under: Health
April 11th, 2011
11:49 AM ET

Ashley Judd's world: bitter and sweet

Ashley Judd is renowned actress but little is known about her early life. CNN's Alina Cho speaks to Ashley Judd about her new autobiography 'All That Is Bitter & Sweet,' in which she discusses a painful past her humanitarian work that allows her to do her favorite thing, connect with people and be outside of her self.


Filed under: Controversy • Entertainment
April 11th, 2011
10:35 AM ET

Lawmakers to begin debt ceiling debate

Former Republican House member Susan Molinari and Democratic strategist Kiki McLean speak to CNN's American Morning about the forthcoming budget debates.


Filed under: Politics
April 11th, 2011
10:08 AM ET

Rep Clyburn: Instead of ideological debates, we should be working on getting people back to work

The next big issue facing Congress is dealing with 14.28 trillion dollar debt. Rep. James Clyburn, assistant minority leader in the House says the ideological debates and idealistic approaches to governance should end and the focus should be on bringing down the debt, eliminating these deficits, and putting the house on fiscal sound footing. He speaks to CNN's American Morning about his priorities on raising the debt limit.


Filed under: American Morning