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(CNN) – Welcome to CNN Radio News Day.
Here are some of the stories we cover in today's edition:
[3:55] "What we saw was not so much a spontaneous outpouring of rage as a very carefully manufactured outpouring."
By Michael Schulder, CNN
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(CNN) - I’ve never heard anyone ask CNN’s senior political analyst, David Gergen, about his role in developing one of the most memorable lines ever in a presidential debate.
I've never heard anyone ask him about the message former President Nixon urged him to pass on to the new president Bill Clinton.
Never heard him talk about the pocket of American politics that gives him real hope for our future.
Never heard him talk about his mentors.
Never heard him talk about the growth spurt that killed his baseball dreams – about the pitch that got away.
By Edgar Treiguts, CNN
Editor's note: This story is part of the CNN series, "Our Mobile Society," about how smartphones and tablets have changed the way we live.
(CNN) - The mobile technology evolution has hit a fever pitch in recent years.
It seems every few months, consumers have new or upgraded devices to consider in the marketplace.
In just the last couple of weeks, Apple and Amazon have unveiled their newest and improved gadgets.
And 31-year-old Raymond Fulton can't wait to buy-in:
[:35] "I normally replace every year. I have to. Everything. Sometimes twice a year on the phones."