Michael Moore is on the show, Sarnia snowstorm, "The King's Speech"
Academy Award winning film director Michael Moore put up $20,000 to help Julian Assange post bail in London today. He also offered the assistance of his website, servers and domain names. Tonight, Michael Moore joins us to explain why he feels supporting WikiLeaks is "a true act of patriotism."
A state of emergency has been declared near Sarnia, Ont., where about 300 motorists were stranded on a highway due to extreme winter weather conditions. The military was called in to rescue the stranded motorists. Our VJ Jim Lagogianes drove into the storm today with his camera. We have the latest on the whiteout tonight.
VIDEO: A trucker tapes the snowstorm, while stuck in it.
Stuttering in the spotlight. "The King's Speech" led the Golden Globe contenders today with seven nominations. The movie tells the tale of King George VI, who struggled with stuttering and was considered unfit to be king. Tonight, stutterer turned motivational speaker Charles Marcus joins us to explain how the public's attitude towards the speech disorder has changed over the years.
Genevieve Tomney is in for Reshmi tonight on our newsdesk, and Mark has his Disconnect for the day... on dating. 8:00 p.m. ET live.