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.
Jane Goodall is an accomplished primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and is a UN Messenger of Peace Goodall pioneered and changed the way scientists viewed primates, and says she knew initial thoughts on the animals were all wrong. How? She had a great teacher from early on, her dog Rusty. She talks about the blurry biological line that changed religious and scientific minds and how every single one of us makes a difference every single day.
John Legend and Samsung are helping to boost the next generation of math and science pioneers. The "Solve for Tomorrow" initiative is a video submission contest with a one million dollar technology prize. John Legend and executive vice president of Samsung, David Steele speak to CNN's American Morning.
CNN's Alina Cho speaks to Andy Lunsford, a businessman-turned-opera singer. 'The Accidental Tenor' turned his bad luck to a success story on exploring and finding his greatest passion.
Most of the country is waking up to snow this morning, but sunny weather is on the mind of at least one this morning. Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil granted early springtime wishes today. He did not see his shadow, a sign that spring is near. Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow nine times out of 10, meaning six more weeks of winter, so rejoice that there was no shadow today!
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