Terror alert – Americans who are traveling in Europe have been warned to watch out for anything unusual after concerns were raised that terrorist groups could be targeting European capitals. European officials say they're focusing on a possible terror cell in Hamburg, Germany. The alert follows the arrest of a German citizen, who is reportedly cooperating in the investigation.
Bullying – CNN explains why its spending this week focusing on bullying. The coverage comes in the wake of a gay male student at Rutgers University freshman who took his own life after his roommate and another student allegedly filmed him having sex and streamed the private moment online. Does technology change the game for bullies and their victims? How do you prevent your child or friend from being bullied? What motivates a bully? After a controversial story from Michigan last week, we ask - when is it harassment and when is it bullying?
CNN's Carol Costello interviews the father of an 11-year-old who committed suicide after being bullied. CNN.com's Stephanie Chen tells the story of a 13-year-old who was relentlessly bullied online. Anderson Cooper talks to a panel of teens about bullying.
Facebook film – On the lighter side of social networking comes the mega-success of the movie "The Social Network," which chronicles the rise of Facebook. It was tops at the box office this weekend, raking in about $23 million. Stay tuned to This Just In for CNN.com's list of top five movies we'd like to see made about Web stars.
Listen up – Chances are good former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel will use social networking to boost his run for mayor of Chicago. He's kicking off his campaign today with a "Tell It Like It Is" listening tour.
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