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October 12th, 2011
02:34 PM ET

Need a job to get a job? Provision in President Obama's jobs bill to prohibit unemployment discrimination

There's a provision included in the President's jobs bill that is getting a lot of attention. It has to do with discrimination against the unemployed. But can this be prevented and will it lead to frivolous law suits? CNN's Christine Romans reports.

Filed under: Jobs
October 12th, 2011
02:31 PM ET

Fashion: Backstage pass – Who will be Dior's next designer?

CNN's Alina Cho looks at the possible candidates who could be the next designer at Christian Dior.

Filed under: Fashion
October 12th, 2011
02:24 PM ET

Fashion: Backstage pass – Karl Lagerfeld on his success at Chanel

CNN's Alina Cho reports on designer Karl Lagerfeld's successful career at Chanel.

Filed under: Fashion
October 12th, 2011
01:35 PM ET

Fashion: Backstage Pass – The man behind Lanvin

CNN's Alina Cho profiles Lanvin's artistic director Alber Elbaz and how he has kept the style going for the last decade.

Filed under: Fashion
October 12th, 2011
01:31 PM ET

In Depth: Man's best friend looks to take a bite out of bullying

They say that compassion and empathy are the keys to combating bullies.  If that's the case, what better weapon to fight them than man's best friend? 

Under the unique "Mutt-i-grees" Curriculum, dogs are used to help kids learn to stand up for themselves – and for others.

This morning on American Morning, Misty Ginicola, a representative of the "Mutt-I-Grees" curriculum, joins Christine Romans on American Morning with Maya Gant and Mike Lazarre, two student participants in the program at the Saint Martin de Porres Academy in Connecticut. They were also joined by Penny, one of the curriculum's dog participants, to help explain why the program is so effective.

For more information on the program, visit the North Shore Animal League's Mutt-i-grees page.

Filed under: Bullying
October 12th, 2011
12:08 PM ET

Winner of Wendy Schmidt Oil Cleanup X Challenge talks about plan to remove oil from water

In the wake of the disastrous BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico last summer, an idea was hatched. Wendy Schmidt, wife of Google CEO Eric Schmidt, and Peter Diamandis of the X PRIZE Foundation decided to challenge scientists and engineers around the world to come up with a better way to clean crude oil off an ocean surface. They decided to call it the Wendy Schmidt Oil Cleanup X Challenge.

They received over 350 submissions, and on Tuesday they named their winner: Donnie Wilson, a member of Elastec/American Marine team from Illinois.

Ali Velshi sits down with Donnie Wilson and Peter Diamandis, who explain the winning submission and discuss the future of American ingenuity.

Filed under: Oil • Oil Spill
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