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Chelsea Clinton writes CNN.com op-ed for National Day of Service
January 15th, 2013
09:25 AM ET

Chelsea Clinton writes CNN.com op-ed for National Day of Service

Chelsea Clinton wrote an op-ed exclusively for CNN's Opinion section about being named the honorary chair of the National Day of Service (a position held by Colin Powell for the 2009 inauguration). Clinton encourages people in Washington, DC as well as the rest of the country to volunteer in their communities this weekend. She also asks people to continue community service on a regular basis and writes, "Already, people are going online to pledge to make giving back a part of their lives, not just for a day or for a week, but all year round. If everyone who pitches in this weekend keeps up that commitment throughout the year, think about how much good we can all do. Lots of small acts add up to big change."

National Day of Service takes place this Saturday and is inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy. 


Topics: CNN Digital • CNN Opinion • CNN Politics
January 15th, 2013
08:00 AM ET

LIVESTRONG board member says Armstrong betrayed him

LIVESTRONG Foundation Board Member Mark McKinnon says that he feels betrayed by Lance Armstrong.

McKinnon says, “Years ago, John, we decided to rebrand the Lance Armstrong Foundation to LIVESTRONG because we thought that someday that something could happen. We wanted the foundation to live beyond one person, whether it was Lance or anybody else that might be running the foundation. We want it to live on it’s own and have its own brand and not be contingent on any one person, including Lance.”

When CNN’s John Berman asks if he feels betrayed by Armstrong, McKinnon responds, “Yes, I do. And I think he’s got a lot of apologies. I think he’s got to crawl over a lot of broken class.”

Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien airs weekday mornings from 7-9am ET on CNN.


Topics: CNN • Soledad O'Brien • Starting Point
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