Here's a rundown of the top stories from today's show:
Billionaire Warren Buffett is backing his son's mission to end world hunger. CNN's Poppy Harlow reports.
Son Howard Buffett is a farmer and philanthropist and has seen the ravages of malnourishment first-hand.
Now the younger man is armed with three billion dollars from his legendary father to do something about it.
"Your goal is to feed the world, frankly," Buffett says. "Well, that's kind of a big goal but it's a goal to shoot for."
The proud father says he's happy to help his children make the world a better place.
"On my 82nd birthday I doubled the commitment and I wouldn't have done that if I didn't feel terrifically about what they are doing. They're tackling tough things. They could go out and have a hospital wing or do something with a library. They are tacking real problems."
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Here are three moments from Wednesday's show:
High School Football Blowout The Same As Bullying?
One high school football team near Forth Worth, Texas, destroyed another 91 to nothing. The father of a play on the losing team claims running up the score was an act of bullying and that the opposing coached should have done something to stop it.
The dad has filed a complaint with the school district but the winning coach says his team did nothing wrong and is trying to get ready for the playoffs.
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What do you think?
Coach Surprises Walk-On With Scholarship
The Northwestern basketball coach Chris Collins surprised walk-on James Montgomery by giving him a full scholarship in front of his teammates.
Montgomery was overcome with emotions and moments later he shared the news with his mom and sister who were over joyed.
Children's Hospital Staff Use Katy Perry To Inspire
See patients and staff members at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Children's Hospital in New Hampshire post an inspiring rendition of Katy Perry's popular song 'Roar.' The hospital made the video for its annual "Chad Hero Half Marathon and Ripcord 5K."