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May 10th, 2011
09:37 PM ET

Dr. Jeff Gardere weighs in on Schwarzenegger, Shriver separation

After 25 years married, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver announced they have separated. The pair says they are living apart to determine the future of their relationship.

Why would a couple married a long time decide to break up?

Clinical psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere explains on "American Morning" why couples would choose to end a long-term marriage.


Filed under: Marriage
May 10th, 2011
09:30 PM ET

Keira Knightley's 'Last Night'

A new drama, starring Keira Knightly and Sam Worthington, takes you inside the lives of a married couple for 36 hours in which they're faced with temptation.

Keira Knightly joined the American Morning team for a live interview this morning, where she talked about making the movie and the essential question of the movie: Which is worse, physical or emotional infidelity?


Filed under: Movies
May 10th, 2011
09:22 AM ET

President Obama to speak on immigration system overhaul

President Obama will speak about immigration reform today in El Paso, Texas. CNN's Christine Romans speaks with the mayor of El Paso, Mayor John Cook.


Filed under: Immigration
May 10th, 2011
09:17 AM ET

FEMA to send emergency texts to your cell during crisis

FEMA, the FCC and Mayor Bloomberg will be announcing the Personal Lookout Alerting Network (PLAN), a new technology that will turn mobile devices into personal emergency alert systems. Consumers can receive timely emergency alerts directly on their devices. Craig Fugate is announcing this new plan along with Mayor Bloomberg and FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski
today and he speaks with American Morning.


Filed under: Technology • Weather
May 10th, 2011
09:13 AM ET

Bin Laden's wives and the impact on U.S.-Pakistani relations

How might the increasingly tense relationship between U.S.-Pakistan impact CIA intel gathering in country? How valuable could the Bin Laden's widows in Pakistan's custody be to the U.S.? CNN's Kiran Chetry ask these questions to former CIA official and co-founder of the global security firm the Chertoff Group, Chad Sweet.


Filed under: Terrorism
May 10th, 2011
09:09 AM ET

Former NFL players, Marine to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro

Former NFL players, Tedy Bruschi and Chad Lewis and a former marine, Nancy Schiliroare planning to climb Mount Kilimanjaro along with four injured service members. The climb marks the launch of the Wounded Warrior Project "Believe in Heroes" campaign. The climb takes place the May 13th-19th. Viewers can follow the climb on the believeinheroes.org website. The team speaks with CNN's American Morning about the challenge.


Filed under: You Have to See This
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