By CNN Radio, CNN
(CNN) – Welcome to the first edition of CNN Radio News Day.
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Here are some of the stories we cover in today's edition:
[1:38] “This is an attack by a small and savage group, not the people or government of Libya," says Hillary Clinton
[9:53] “You've got brothers and sisters picking up cans...you gotta eat. It makes you feel less than a man,” says DeMark Williams.
[15:30] “His voice is so ragged, I describe it as eating nuts and bolts," says Los Angeles Times music critic Randall Roberts about Dylan's new album
By Edgar Treiguts, CNN
(CNN) – Kristen Anderson says a cold January night that changed her life is just as vivid now as it was more than 12 years ago.
[:06] "Basically right before the train got there, just made the very impulsive decision to lay down on the tracks."
Anderson is 30 now, married, and expecting a baby boy in the next couple of weeks.
But she wasn't supposed to be here. She saw little way out of what she calls a "deep and scary depression" as a teenager. A year and a half of continuous tragedy saw four of her close friends die. And she was raped.