Debt Debate & Getting Aid to Somalia
The clock is ticking down as the financial debate in Washington drags on. The hold up? Tea Partiers are refusing to budge on raising the debt ceiling until a balanced budget is passed. But just how powerful are these tea party voices?
Plus, 800,000 Somali children are at risk of starvation. And as the death toll rises, aid organizations are struggling to get shipments into Al-Shabaab controlled areas. We look at whether or not the drought is weakening the terrorist group, and how governments and aid agencies are forced to work with them to bring help to a region in crisis.
Also, as attention is still focused on Norway after the attacks last Friday, is the killer getting the notoriety he wanted? An expert explains how time and time again, extensive coverage turns criminals into celebrities.
Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. ET on CBC NN.