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Monday, November 24, 2008

The Truth Is Out There

Miles O'Brien is doing a series all this week on American Morning about the search for alien life. He interviewed people who believe they have seen UFOs, went to Roswell, and spoke with scientists searching the stars. His first segment was about serious people who have the skies:

If you follow Miles on Twitter, he was giving us updates as he crisscrossed the country for interviews, and as he went through the writing and editing process to put the series together. He seems to really enjoy tweeting, and it's fascinating to follow the behind-the-scenes work that goes into what we see on our TVs.

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Arwa Damon did a piece on Iraqi journalists who are being targeted by the Iraqi security forces, and they even go after the CNN crews. This is a very dangerous situation, and it is incredible that so many Iraqis are still determined to show the world what is really happening in their country:

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Friday, Christiane Amanpour was awarded the prestigious Fourth Estate Award by the National Press Club. Among those who roasted Christiane were Wolf Blitzer, Richard Cohan, and Madeline Albright. Video of some of the evening's comments is available on Huffington Post. (Thanks to Sapphire for the link.)

Over the weekend, The New York Times had an article detailing a new show that Christiane will be hosting on International. (If you listened to the HuffPo clip of Richard Cohen roasting Christiane, the comment about her reaction to Fareed Zakaria getting his own show has to make you laugh! Oh, and I just love the fact that in his little fable about her, he named her Cynthia. Great name!)

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And to end on a bit lighter side, we have Nic Robertson reporting on... Michael Jackson?

Have a great week, and if you're in the US, have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Hope you have a long list of things to be thankful for!

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