American Morning

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March 15th, 2011
07:04 AM ET

Third blast rocks Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant

(CNN) Spent fuel rods containing radioactive material may have burned in Tuesday's fire at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant - causing a spike in radiation levels, the plant's owner said.

The blaze started Tuesday morning but was later extinguished, Tokyo Electric Power Company said. It was unclear how much radioactive material may have been emitted, or what kind of health threat that could pose.

Glenn Sjoden, Nuclear Engineering Professor at Georgia Tech University, talks to Kiran Chetry and Christine Romans about the potential effects of the blasts.

Filed under: Haiti • Japan Earthquake • Security
November 5th, 2010
07:28 AM ET

Hurricane Tomas battering coast of Haiti

Hurricane Tomas is battering Haiti this morning with heavy rain and winds as high as 80 miles-an-hour. More than a million earthquake survivors are still living in tent cities and scrambling for shelter. Michael Dockrey is with the International Medical Corps and gave American Morning’s John Roberts the latest from Port –Au-Prince.

Filed under: Haiti
October 25th, 2010
07:26 AM ET

Cholera outbreak kills more than 250 Haitians

Cholera has killed hundreds and sickened thousands more. CNN's John Roberts spoke to Jason Erb from the relief group, International Medical Corps, in Saint Marc, Haiti.

Filed under: Haiti
October 24th, 2010
08:56 PM ET

The Teaser for Monday, October 25, 2010

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

6:24AM Jason Erb, Deputy Country Director for Haiti, International Medical Corps, on the recent cholera outbreak in Haiti. Five cases have been confirmed in Port-au-Prince and public health officials are working to keep the country's outbreak from spreading to the Haitian capital, where tens of thousands of people are still living in sprawling tent cities after January's devastating earthquake.  What is his organization doing to help contain the outbreak?

6:40AM Amy Gardner, Staff writer at the Washington Post, on The Washington Post’s revealing results of a months-long canvas of the Tea Party. What are the most surprising findings? What role will the Tea party play in the 2010 midterms and beyond?

7:40AM Hilary Rosen, CNN Political Contributor and Ed Rollins, CNN Senior Political Analyst and Republican Strategist, on the midterm elections. President Obama wrapped up a campaign swing through the West over the weekend, now he's headed to New England. Will his efforts help the Democrats?  Plus, a look at the latest analysis on who will end up controlling the House & Senate.

8:40AM Jack Dorsey, Co-founder of Square and the Inventor and Chairman of Twitter, on his new invention Square. It is a tiny plug-in that turns digital devices into a credit card reader.

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Filed under: Haiti • Politics • Technology
September 23rd, 2010
10:05 AM ET
August 9th, 2010
12:26 PM ET

Wyclef Jean running for President of Haiti

Wyclef Jean is a Grammy winning musician, philanthropist and as of Thursday, candidate for president of Haiti. He spoke about his platform and plans for Haiti on CNN's American Morning Monday. Watch Video

Filed under: American Morning • Haiti
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