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This weekend CNN is broadcasting Ambush at the River of Secrets on Special Investigations Unit. Tom Foreman tells the story of four marines from the 4th Combat Engineer Battalion, Charlie Company. This program has been aired several times over the last several months and if you haven't had the chance to see it, I highly recommend it. Just have a hanky handy.
From CNN's website: Saturday and Sunday at 8 and 11 p.m. ET. Their deaths marked a tragic milestone: 3,000 U.S. troops killed in Iraq. We honor four Marines in a special hour. Watch CNN SIU’s ‘Ambush at the River of Secrets,’ Saturday and Sunday, 8 p.m. ET.
This week's CNN All Access Podcast is a real treat. They go behind the scenes of American Morning.
The podcast is available from CNN's website, iTunes, or this link. Check it out!
Monday is the YouTube debate with the Democrats. The video submissions look like they are over 1,750 questions. But did you realize that you could vote on which videos you think should be included on Monday?
There's a site setup that you can do just that. You can review the questions that have been submitted & provide you're two cents on whether it should be answered. (If you start tonight, do you think you can make it through all 1,700+ questions?) Here's the link, if you're interested.
Today's video focuses on those YouTube questions that you probably won't be seeing on Monday night...
Can you recognize a journalist from his tie alone?
Can you name this CNN journalist?
Please feel free to let us know who you think this journalist is in the comments. The identity of the Mystery Journalist will be revealed in Sunday night's post.
And to those of you who are Harry Potter fans, have you gotten your copy of the book yet?