60th anniversary of the Human Rights declaration Three decades ago the United Nations adopted a document that was first worldwide proclamation that individuals have a right to live without being oppressed by their governments. Despite wars and use of torture in the name of cracking down on terrorism, human rights groups say governments do feel the pressure to stop oppressing people.9:06 a.m.
Robin Phillips: Executive director of Minnesota-based Advocates for Human Rights.
Carroll Bogert: Associate director, Human Rights Watch.
Winter music and musings on a singing career Singer-songwriter Keri Noble questioned her commitment to writing hits when the industry asked her to sound more like Norah Jones. She also talks about her strict Christian upbringing in a Spanish-speaking congregation in Detroit, and how she made it big in Japan.10:06 a.m.
Keri Noble: Singer-songwriter. Her latest album is self-titled. She has a holiday EP called "Winter Comes Again."