Remembering Whitney Houston, Greek Austerity & Quebec's Anti-Bullying Campaign
Whitney Houston was underwater and apparently unconscious in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel when found, Beverly Hills police said today. There's been an outpouring of grief since news broke about her death. And last night's Grammy Awards, which paid tribute to Houston, had the biggest audience in decades. But for years now, Houston has faded from the headlines, struggling with drug abuse. And yet now that she's dead, we just can't get enough. Why is that? We'll get into that tonight.
Riots break out in Greece after lawmakers approved harsh new austerity measures demanded by bailout creditors to save the nation from bankruptcy. Have Greeks had enough of austerity? Tonight, we'll talk to one local business owner who's fed up.
And Quebec's Premier has called for an end to bullying. This weekend Jean Charest announced new measures to raise awareness and action about bullying. Television ads will be rolled out and so will a website - irightthewrong.com. Tonight, meet the father behind the 'Bully Police'. Kevin Epling has been pushing for anti-bullying legislation since his son took his own life in 2002. And just last week, Matt's Law came into effect.
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