This morning, "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien" is live at 7am Eastern. This morning, Soledad talks with panelists TheBlaze.com contributor Will Cain, comedian John Fugelsang and CNN Chief Business Correspondent Ali Velshi. Today's stories include:
* New analysis of 911 calls by George Zimmerman on night of Trayvon Martin case suggests word uttered was 'punks'
* Jobs report for March expected at 8:30am Eastern today.
* JFK agent battles sense of guilt.
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[UPDATED 8:48AM ET] Alex Libby, featured in movie "Billy," says if you have to stand up for yourself, try to get others involved first to stop it. "Bully" director Lee Hirsch says he's "incredibly proud" of Alex for sharing his story.
[UPDATED 8:34AM ET] JUST IN: US unemployment drops to 8.2%, economy added 120,000 jobs in March. Watch #cnn live now for Christine Romans analysis.
[UPDATED 8:29AM ET] Is happiness a choice? Author Gretchen Rubin says it's too big, so she was able to break down into small, concrete actions. #happiness
[UPDATED 7:56AM ET] Fmr. Secret Service Agent Clint Hill says "We had a responsibility to protect the president, but we failed to do so."
[UPDATED 7:51AM ET] Fmr. Secret Service Agent Clint Hill doesn't support new investigation re: Pres. Kennedy assassination, doesn't believe magic bullet theory.
[UPDATED 7:09AM ET] Will Cain held up a legal pad with the three talking points he believes Republicans will make on the economy. Ali Velshi flashed a bunch of $20 bills.