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Morning Express with Robin Meade

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Robin Meade's Tuesday Morning Express Preview: Controversial scheme pays homeless to be WiFi hotspots at SXSW

Homeless people as WiFi hotspots?

It's happening during SXSW and there's a big flap on twitter about that. Thanks to some of your fellow viewers for flagging it and saying they wanted to talk about this. And we shall.

Sound off on this story in the comments below, or on our Facebook page, or tweet me: @RobinMeade

Good morning to you my 'lil chickadee.

Here's hoping your Tuesday is even better than your Monday.

Here's what else is happening when you tune in:
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Our Country Votes:
Could this be Newt Gingrich’s big test? He’s been focused on the south.
Alabama and Mississippi vote today in the nomination race.
So will we finally see one leader in the race?
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U.S. military bases are on higher alert after Sunday's shooting in Afghanistan.
And our reporters overseas have word of threats to Americans in certain areas too.

Plus, we've learned the soldier suspected of that shooting rampage was treated for a brain injury in 2010.
You'll hear whether doctors think it changed that man who had already served deployments in Iraq.
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Closing arguments today in the Rutgers roommate trial.
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Yikes, Unwanted acceleration.
The government is investigating complaints by consumers that they can't stop their Ford Taurus. See which model years might be involved.
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Even the president has bracket fever! Here we go with night one of March Madness.

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