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(CNN) – Welcome to CNN Radio News Day.
Here are some of the stories we cover in today's edition:
"Our political reporters felt that amid all the sparring it was President Obama with the most stinging jabs. " FULL POST
By Emma Lacey-Bordeaux, CNN
When it comes to politics, maybe social networking sites like Facebook should have a disclaimer. Daniel Post Senning, an etiquette expert and author has heard a number of horror stories.
[3:29] "The repercussions to offline relationships from online behavior are very real."
By Nova Safo, CNN
(CNN) – Noura Almasri, 34, had not expected to be working to aid Syrian refugees.
A little more than year ago, she had a job in corporate finance and rarely paid attention to the news. But in March, 2011, Syrians began to protest against their dictator Bashar Al-Assad, and he responded with brutal force.
Almasri, along with others in her Syrian-American community in Chicago, watched with alarm.
Over the last year and a half, they have begun to act. Almasri quit her job, and now works to aid Syrians and to offer a public voice of support for Syrian rebels.