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An iReporter captured the ice storm over North Carolina with a camera mounted on an unmanned aircraft.
Roth spoke to a family whose home was demolished by rocket fire in Beer Sheva, Israel. The family of two parents and five children, including a 9 year-old, told CNN they had a 30-second warning before fleeing to their concrete safe room on the bottom floor. The family was unharmed and the 9 year-old said she "isn't scared at all."Follow @lindarothcnn
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Situation Room supervising producer Linda Roth, who is in the field with Wolf Blitzer in Israel, shot this iReport video today at a high school in Ashlekon as she and the crew ran for shelter while sirens blared. The school had been hit by a rocket earlier in the morning. 'The sirens went off minutes after we arrived. The camera was hanging around my neck,' she said.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, iReporter Roshen Weliwatta compares Staten Island to Sri Lanka in 2004.
With the Republican National Convention fast approaching, Governor Mitt Romney is expected to choose his vice presidential running mate in the coming days or weeks.
Who do you think would be best qualified to run with Romney in the general election? If you’re a Romney supporter, who would you pick? If you’re not, tell us what you think would be the smartest choice for Romney to make.
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Editor's Note: This piece is part of a CNN.com series about storytelling and reporting skills called iReport Boot Camp. In this edition, CNN's Wolf Blitzer shares his advice on being a journalist and reporting. Read up, then give boot camp a try.
(CNN) – When looking for great journalism advice, why not get it from someone who has been in the business for almost 40 years? We got CNN's Wolf Blitzer, anchor of "The Situation Room," to answer questions about being a journalist and to share tips on covering the perfect story. Blitzer is an Emmy Award-winning anchor for CNN and is also a recipient of the Peabody Award for his Hurricane Katrina coverage, the Alfred I. duPont Award for his coverage of the tsunami disaster in Southeast Asia and an Edward R. Murrow Award for CNN's September 11 coverage. See what he had to say below, and then apply some of his advice to your CNN iReport boot camp story!