This morning, "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien" is live at 7am Eastern. Today, Soledad talks with panelists TheBlaze.com contributor Will Cain, Democratic strategist Hank Sheinkopf & Psychiatrist Dr. Alicia Salzer. Today's stories include:
* Feds resume search for New York boy Etan Patz, missing since 1979
* Delta flight makes emergency landing at New York's JFK. Ali Velshi, CNN's chief business correspondent, was on the plane.
* George Zimmerman to seek freedom amid fears for safety
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[UPDATED 8:05am Eastern] Author Cornell West says level of poverty in U.S. is a matter of national security, and a state of emergency.
[UPDATED 8:05am Eastern] There could be a range of conditions on bond agreement for George Zimmerman today, CNN legal contributor Sunny Hostin says.
[UPDATED 7:45am Eastern] NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly says he won't name possible suspects in Etan Patz case, but hopes evidence will come forward soon. He adds that new technology will be able to help investigate the #EtanPatz case that police didn't have 30 yrs ago.
[UPDATED 7:35am Eastern] Former Secret Service Agent Christopher Falkenberg says there is nothing more important right now as investigating the Secret Service prostitution scandal. Without a doubt, he says, Secret Service must investigate any threat or potential threat to a President.