October 25th, 2010
04:40 PM ET

What You Put Online

I've talked to a lot of students who say they don't really expect privacy online - that there's a good chance that whatever they post could somehow become public.  A teenager in Ohio recently found that out firsthand when a photo she appeared in led to her suspension from her high school's cheerleading squad.

This is a tough question, and there's no right or wrong answer to it:  How do you decide what's okay to put online?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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October 20th, 2010
05:51 PM ET

Lessons Learned?

Six months to the day after the worst oil spill in American history, we're looking at all of the wildlife that has been rescued - and all of the work ahead of cleaning crews as they fight the pollution.

The spill is one of the most significant events of 2010.  What do you think can be learned from it?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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October 13th, 2010
12:16 PM ET

Chilean Miner Rescue

Many times, the news we cover is tragic.  There are natural disasters, wars and other stories that cause a lot of you to be concerned about the world you'll one day lead.  But today, one headline is different.  As I write this, almost half of the Chilean miners trapped below the surface of the Earth have been rescued.  It's the first really good news we've had in a long time!  We're curious to know what you are thinking as you watch this rescue.  Leave your comments here.

Donna Krache, Executive Producer


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October 11th, 2010
06:43 PM ET

Safety | Sportsmanship

Check out the sport story in Tuesday's show. The football game between St. George's School and Lawrence Academy never kicked off. But here's where you can sound off: Was St. George's right to forfeit the game in the name of safety? Or should they have taken the challenge in the name of sportsmanship?

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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October 4th, 2010
05:13 PM ET

Ads on School Notices

Let's say your little brother comes home with a permission slip from school that your parents have to sign.  On the back of it are advertisements for local businesses.  What's your reaction?

Supporters of this idea say it's a good way for schools to raise much-needed funds, as the effects of the recession stick around.  But the critics' view is that it takes advantage of elementary school students, who'd be carrying the ads home on the back of their school notices.

Tell us what you think.

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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