May 22nd, 2012
08:57 PM ET

E-BLOCK: Fans fight Facebook's bad rap

Despite some bad press, Facebook still has some fans.

An international group from Singapore, Italy, Australia, the UK and here in the U.S. has taken to the social media site to show their appreciation.

They have recorded a music video appropriately called "Thank You, Facebook."

What do you think of the song? What do you think of Facebook?


Filed under: E-Block
May 22nd, 2012
08:27 PM ET

Criminal expert: Zimmerman will go free

CNN's Erin Burnett talks to a criminal expert who says George Zimmerman will not go to trial. David Dow, defense attorney and law professor says it is unlikely that the case will ever make it to trial and even if it does, Zimmerman will never be convicted of murdering 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

Filed under: Crime
May 22nd, 2012
08:20 PM ET

Landmark case: sued for texting drivers?

The texting while driving case that could be a game-changer for this country.  A New Jersey judge is expected to decide this week whether a woman who sent text messages to her boyfriend, whom she knew was driving at the time can be sued for contributing to the crash he caused while texting her back. The two motorcyclists he hit each lost a leg. FULL POST

Filed under: Law
May 22nd, 2012
08:17 PM ET

Another fiscal cliff? CBO says recession likely

Is American facing another fiscal cliff? CBO says the U.S. will likely fall into a recession in early 2013. Should we expect action or another year of gridlock?

Filed under: Economy
May 22nd, 2012
07:54 PM ET

Fmr. Bain Capital Partner Edward Conard: Bain attack ads 'vilify all of business'

CNN's Erin Burnett talks to Edward Conard, former managing director for Bain Capital and author of "Unintended Consequences" about Pres. Obama attacks on private equity and Bain Capital.

Did Mitt Romney actually create 100-thousand jobs while at Bain Capital? FULL POST

Filed under: Economy
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