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April 21st, 2011
11:38 AM ET

How to lose weight without going to extremes

Dr. Ian Smith says not to go crazy when it comes to losing weight.

Dr. Smith says live by the 80/20 rule if you want to lose weight: watch what you eat 80 percent of the time and let yourself give in to some temptations 20 percent of the time. Dr. Smith talks to American Morning about how to lose your unwanted pounds weight trying too hard.


Filed under: Food • Health
April 21st, 2011
11:34 AM ET

TIME ranks 100 most influential people

What do pop star Justin Bieber and Wikileaks' Julian Assange have in common? According to TIME, they are two of the 100 most influential people in the world.

TIME Magazine's Michael Elliott tells American Morning who else made to the "TIME 100" list this year.


Filed under: American Morning
April 21st, 2011
10:06 AM ET

Trump on Obama's birthplace: 'We're looking into it very very strongly'

Donald Trump has said he is considering it but has yet to make an announcement about whether he will in fact run for President in 2012.

In a surprise call to American Morning, 'The Donald' talks money, business and concerns over President Obama's birthplace. Trump tells Kiran Chetry and Ali Velshi he is strongly looking into where the President was born but does not want to take any further questions on the topic.

"Every day that goes by, I think less and less that he was born in the United States," Trump said on American Morning. "He possibly was, but I want to get rid of the word 'possibly.'"


Filed under: Elections • Politics
April 21st, 2011
08:52 AM ET

Two journalists killed in Misrata remembered

Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington were reporting from the war-torn city of Misrata, Libya when they came under fire Wednesday. Both men lost their lives in the violence and are now being remembered for their bravery.

Freelance journalist Greg Campbell was a long-time friend of Hondros and was in Libya with both men last week. Campbell speaks to American Morning.


Filed under: Libya • U.S. • World