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December 6th, 2010
10:40 AM ET

U.S. vs. WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks site's Swiss registrar dismisses pressure to take the site offline. Swiss registrar Switch says there is "no reason" why WikiLeaks should be forced off the internet, despite French and U.S. demands. Should the U.S. covertly knock the site off the internet to keep the cables from going public? Jamie Smith, former CIA officer who is now CEO of global security and intelligence firm SCG spoke with American Morning about the controversy.

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December 6th, 2010
09:32 AM ET

Who killed Ronni Chasen?

Little information is known about the murder of Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen. She was gunned down on Sunset Boulevard early November 16th, just minutes after she left a star-studded party to celebrate the premiere of the movie "Burlesque," police said.

After a person of interest killed himself, the gun used in the suicide is not a match to the gun used to murder Chasen. William Bratton, former L.A. police chief and former NYC police commissioner spoke to American Morning about the mysteries of the case Monday.

Filed under: Crime
December 6th, 2010
08:47 AM ET

Facebook's got a new look

Facebook is streamlining its look this morning, giving users a new way to tell their story.

What's new? There's more pictures on a user's homepage and highlights of a user's relationships with Facebook friends.

Want the new look? Get it here:

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December 6th, 2010
08:20 AM ET

Jeff Gordon reveals shiny, red racecar for 2011

We're seeing candy apple red with NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon this morning.

Gordon gives American Morning's Kiran Chetry an exclusive look at his newest racing car today.

The number 24 car has a new paint scheme for 2011. Hendrick Motorsports and the four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion are teaming up with AARP's Drive to End Hunger. The initiative will be Gordon's primary sponsor for the next three years.

For more information on the charity, go to Send a text donation by typing 'hunger' to 50555.

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December 6th, 2010
08:16 AM ET

Bumble Bee chicken salad recall

The Suter Company, Inc., a Sycamore, Ill., establishment, is recalling approximately 72,000 pounds of canned chicken salad products that may contain foreign materials, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.

The products subject to recall include:
– 8.2-ounce packages of "BUMBLE BEE LUNCH ON THE RUN CHICKEN SALAD COMPLETE LUNCH KIT." The package contains a 2.9-ounce can of Bumble Bee Chicken Salad along with crackers, mixed fruit, a cookie and a spoon. The package label indicates the product is "Mixed and Ready to Eat." The product package indicates a "Best-by" date of 07/11.

– 3.5-ounce packages of "BUMBLE BEE CHICKEN SALAD WITH CRACKERS." The package contains a 2.9-can of Bumble Bee Chicken Salad and crackers. The package label indicates the product is "Ready to Eat." The product package indicates a "Best-by" date of 01/12 or 02/12.

The cans of chicken salad bear the establishment number "P-169" inside the USDA mark of inspection and the lot code "0225XXQBC" printed on the package. The chicken salad products were assembled between Aug. 14 and Aug 28, 2010, and shipped to distributors and retail stores nationwide.

The problem was discovered after consumer complaints about finding hard plastic in the product. FSIS has not received any reports of injury at this time. Anyone concerned about an injury from consumption of this product should contact a physician.
Read the full release on the USDA website

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