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The pope yesterday set out his vision for more women and gay people in the Catholic Church. His statements have been regarded as revolutionary, drawing varying reactions and opinions.
In this interview, Becky speaks with Father Thomas Rosica about the pope's speech and in particular, his open attitude to homosexuality.
The current pope is most definitely breaking with tradition. Not only is Pope Francis more casual than his predecessors, but in a recent interview, he said the church shouldn't "interfere spiritually" with homosexuals. Watch Becky's piece from last night's show about Pope Francis, a man who isn't afraid to speak his mind.
Tonight, Becky will interview Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri about her win and the response it received. Tweet us your questions and thoughts and we may feature them on the show tonight.
Amid the fog of war, the Free Syrian Army is forced to fight both the Assad regime and rebels linked with Al Qaeda.
As time goes on, it has become clear that the conflict in Syria is not clear cut. In this interview, Becky speaks with Adnan Hadad, a Syrian Activist on the Turkish border as well as Louay Almokdad, the political and media coordinator for the Free Syrian Army.
Almokdad makes a fierce statement that the Free Syrian Army has been put in a position where they have to fight the regime and fight terrorist factions such as Al Qaeda and Hezbollah despite pleas for help from Western powers.
Watch this CNN exclusive which proves that when it comes to Syria, there is much more than meets the eye.