Saturday, May 17, 2008
Michael Ware had an astonishing (and scary!) look inside Sadr City this week:
Christiane Amanpour made two appearances on American Morning this week -- first on Tuesday, where she discussed the situation in Lebanon:
And on Friday, she was on to discuss President Bush's "appeasement" remarks in Israel:
After Senator John McCain gave a speech in which he described what he hopes to have achieved at the end of his first term, CNN analysts evaluated some of his thoughts; Peter Bergen spoke about the ones involving the end of the Global War on Terror:
On Monday, John King was in New York; Dana Bash in Portland, Oregon; Suzanne Malveaux in Louisville, Kentucky. Tuesday, Dana was in North Bend, Washington; and Suzanne was in New York.
Friday, Dana was in Louisville, Kentucky. And this morning, both Dana and John King are in DC... probably hoping to get some final wedding plans done, but instead they are working the phones/BlackBerrys for info on Senator Kennedy's condition.
That's it for me today... Tonight is the dinner for the winners of the National Headliner Awards, held in Atlantic City. Congratulations again to all the CNN winners!