I am humbled and empowered by your many emails, tweets, phone calls and postings of support.
My goal was just to let you know I would be gone and why, yet we have started a powerful dialogue that is providing me with so much courage and joy.
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- Zoraida Sambolin
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Moore Oklahoma Fire Chief Gary Bird is on 'Starting Point' with John Berman, Chris Cuomo, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta discussing the search and rescue effort after the devastating tornado. He says he is 98% sure bodies & survivors found.
HLN Host Nancy Grace weighs in on the Arizona jury resuming deliberations in determining if Jodi Arias will get the death penalty. This is after Arias herself made a 19 minute plea for her life to the jury.
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Terimy Miller and her three sons left home minutes before it was destroyed by Monday's devastating EF5 tornado.
EMSA Field Operations Supervisor Tony McCarty is on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman on helping the devastated community of Moore, Oklahoma in the aftermath of the EF5 tornado.
Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma Todd Lamb is on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman and Chris Cuomo about the devastation in Oklahoma. It is estimated a near 2400 homes were damaged by the EF5 tornado.
Dawnita, James, Josh Lee rode out storm, but lost home. They are on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman and Chris Cuomo about their experience.
Nine-year-old Jenae Hornsby died on Monday after an EF5 tornado hit Moore, Oklahoma. CNN's Anderson Cooper sits down with Jenae's father, Joshua Hornsby, and Jenae's aunt.
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EF5 Tornado CNN's left a 17-mile path of destruction. CNN's Chris Cuomo takes a look from above at the path of destruction in Moore, Oklahoma caused by this tornado.
FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate says more than 300 officials assisting in tornado disaster relief in Moore, Oklahoma. FEMA along with its officials on the ground are committed to staying in Moore, Oklahoma as long as needed. Fugate claims that FEMA is receiving adequate assistance and funds, and says that FEMA is in 'good shape to support the response' in Moore, Oklahoma.