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Actor Charlie Sheen is speaking out against the creator of his hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men". After Sheen's remarks, the show has cancelled filming for the rest of the season. Eyewitness News wants to know what you think. Post your comments (below) and they could appear tonight on Eyewitness News.
A high school wrestler from Iowa forfeited his match against a girl due to his religious beliefs. Eyewitness News wants to know what you think. Post a comment (below) and it could end up on Eyewitness News. For more on this story, tune in tonight to Eyewitness News at 5 p.m.
President Obama is proposing a $5 surcharge for a roundtrip direct flight anywhere in the U.S. This on top of the announcement that summer airfares are on the way up. Eyewitness News wants to know what you think. Do you avoid air travel all together because of the prices? Is the $5 proposed surcharge not a big deal to you? Post your comments (below) and they could end up on Eyewitness News.
Two separate stories are fueling a discussion about what is appropriate to post on the internet. In one case, an NYU fellow resigned after posting derogatory comments on Twitter about reporter Lara Logan, just as news of her assault in Egypt was breaking. (READ STORY)
In the other case, a Pennsylvania teacher suspended from her job over profanity-laced posts on her blog says she was speaking the truth about students who are unwilling to work hard at school. She appeared on GMA this morning.
Both cases have sparked a discussion about free speech and what's appropriate to write on the internet. Tell us what you think by clicking on comment below.
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Describe what you think about the uprising in Egypt in a single word. Click on comment to submit your one word. We may publish the word here or use it on Eyewitness News. Only one word answers will be accepted.
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President Hosni Mubarak is not stepping down, but transferring some power to his vice president, falling short of protester demands. Protesters in Cairo's central Tahrir Square watched in stunned silence to
his speech, then exploded in anger with chants and marching. What do you think of what's happening in Egypt? What are your thoughts on how the Obama administration is handling the crisis? Share your thoughts by clicking on comment below. We may publish what you write here or on Eyewitness News.
Eyewitness News is on pothole patrol and needs your help. Post (below) where you are seeing the worst potholes in the Tri-State area and if you can carefully send in a picture do that too, and your comments and photos could end up on Eyewitness News.
Lawmakers have voted to extend New York City's smoking ban to parks, beaches - and Times Square. The ban approved Wednesday by a vote of 36-12 is one of the most ambitious outdoor anti-tobacco efforts in the U.S. City Council Speaker Christine Quinn says the new law will save lives and make New York a healthier place to live. What do you think of the extended smoking ban? Is it a good thing, or should people be able to smoke in parks? Click COMMENT to share your thoughts. Your comments may appear on Eyewitness News!