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It was nice talking to you. As the waters crest in Queensland, we're tracking the country's commodity crisis. And probing the death of the king of pop -- Michael Jackson's physician is in court.

But will he face a manslaughter charge? That coming up here on CNN. Just gone. I'm sorry. This is the picture so far.

Waters in Queensland are still rising and are expected to crest on Wednesday. Two hundred thousand people have been affected by these floods.

And though supplies are now arriving by helicopter and by boat, the water is now full of snakes, as you saw just then, complicating the situation even further.

Now, if you want to put the size of this disaster into context, take a look at this map. The area highlighted in red is the affected area in Queensland.

Now, look at that area when you superimpose it on top of Western Europe. It's a total area the size of the France and Germany combined.

That really gives you a sense of just how massive the challenge faced by the Queensland authorities is Well, as the crisis deepens, all kinds of Australian exports are being washed out, everything from pineapples to coal is affected in this.

Erin Edwards from 7 News now reports even areas free from flooding could see their livelihoods in ruins. This should be Central Queensland's peak picking season, providing 90 percent of Australia's pineapples.

Unfortunately, due to the road closures down around the Bundy area, fruit like this, which you would have harvested last week, is not going to make it to market.

The only way to get the fruit out is by a barge. More than half his crop will go to waste. CLIFTON: Well, hopefully, it will have a positive effect on prices to -- to offset the impact of -- of lost tons that we're going to have.

Tomatoes, bananas, cane, cotton and grain are the hardest hit. It could be weeks before stock can be moved for slaughter. Beef prices have already risen and will go higher.

This will impact on world markets, as well. Miners can't get to work. Coal pits, which are full of water, are running out of fuel and oil.

And there's no way to transport the black gold to the port. Hundreds of kilometers of rain lines have been washed away.

Eighteen ships are anchored off Gladstone. Twelve more are on their way. Australia supplies two thirds of coking coal. Here at the Gladstone port, the stockpiles are too wet and too heavy to be loaded.

After the flood, the price of coking coal doubled. In Rockhampton, Erin Edwards, 7 News. But do remember, for every loser, there is a winner, too.

So could someone actually benefit from the situation? Well, for example, if Australia can't produce enough coke and coal, then steel makers could turn to North America instead.

Coke producers in Canada and the U. Then there's sugar -- Queensland Sugar Limited handles more than 90 percent of Australian sugar exports.

It's buying more sugar from Thailand and from Brazil to honor its commitments. And, finally, wheat. Well, we've had the U.

Wheat prices have been at two year highs. Bad news for consumers? Well, perhaps. But for farmers with wheat stockpiles in countries like Argentina, it could mean bigger profit margins.

You can see how a story in one part of the world resonates elsewhere. Your heads up on the day's biggest stories -- up next, the global push to ban smoking.

We head down to an English pub to find out, three years on, if a smoke-free zones are working. And then the lady who has battled ghosts and aliens -- Sigourney Weaver tells us what she's fighting for in her latest film.

It kills, on average, one person every six seconds. Such is the global toll of tobacco, experts say. Yet more and more people are using the drug.

Well, all this week on the show, we've been looking at what is being done around the world to break the habit of smoking. And tonight, we're focusing on the impact of bans in the U.

According to one study, , people quit smoking in the first year of the ban. Well, health records show that the number of people actually admitted to hospital for heart attacks dropped by up to 3 percent.

And as for any controversy, well, studies show three quarters of the British population support the smoke-free laws.

Well, not everyone has benefited from the bans. Matthew Chance headed down to a local pub to see if pundits are still finding the laws, well, hard to swallow.

It means smokers have to go outside if they want to light up, making bars free of the choking cigarette fumes that used to fill these places.

They're often free of people, as well. Many landlords and bar owners say their businesses have suffered as smokers stay away.

The smoking ban may have been a factor in many pubs closing down. But not everyone is unhappy. People felt healthier. They embraced it a lot more, actually.

But it's becoming increasingly positive. I mean my clothes and, you know, like it's just a lot more healthier and, you know -- but I do smoke occasionally.

But I don't smoke half as much as I would normally. Medical researchers say smoking and passive smoking-related disease are down and that thousands of lives could be spared now that smoking has been taken outside.

But that's not the case in many countries around the world. Tomorrow night, we're going to look at the divisions in Germany, where many punzers ph are still clinging tightly to their cigarettes as they are to their beers.

And if you want to catch up on what we did on the issue yesterday, do head to CNN. Also find the stories on our Facebook page, Facebook.

And if you're not a fan already, do join up. Now, some of you will know her as Ellen Ripley from the film series Aliens.

Other film buffs out there would have recognized her voice in the epic "Avatar. That's up next. Don't go away. I'm Becky Anderson in London.

It's just about half past here. Coming up, it's just about time to meet our Connector of the Day, one of Hollywood's toughest leading ladies.

Sigourney Weaver for you. And we'll go to Los Angeles tonight, where Michael Jackson's physician could be facing a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the music legend's death.

And finally, the story that's got all of you talking -- why did hundreds of birds fall out of the sky in Arkansas over new year?

I'm Becky Anderson in London at just about half past nine, here. Coming up, it's almost time to meet our Connector of the Day. Tonight, one of Hollywood's toughest leading ladies, Sigourney Weaver, for you.

We'll go to Los Angeles, tonight, where Michael Jackson's physician could be facing a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the music legend's death.

And finally, the story that's got all of you talking. Why did hundreds of birds fall out of the sky in Arkansas over New Year?

We'll go over all the conspiracy theories, some of them weird, and some of them, frankly, wacky. Those stories are ahead in the next 30 minutes here on CNN.

First, as ever at this point, let me get you a quick check of the headlines. Pakistani officials say the governor of Punjab province was assassinated, apparently because he spoke out against the country's controversial blasphemy law.

They say Salman Taseer was gunned down by his own security guard in an Islamabad market. News reports say the guard surrendered immediately.

Iran is inviting ambassadors from world powers to visit its disputed nuclear facility, but reportedly left the US, Britain, France, and Germany off the list.

Those nations will join Russia and China later this month for talks with Iran over its nuclear ambitions. Residents in Queensland, Australia are waking up to what could be the worst day of flooding yet.

Local government officials will hold an emergency meeting on Wednesday as floodwaters are expected to crest. Supplies are arriving by boat and by helicopter.

A total of , people have been affected. Well, a family spokesman says Alireza Pahli -- Pahlavi, sorry -- the son of the former Shah of Iran has committed suicide in Boston, Massachusetts.

He was 44 years old. His father was overthrown in and died the following year. Those are your headlines this hour.

Like me, you probably first came across your Connector of the Day in a film that was pretty terrifying.

It was called "Alien. The Hollywood leading lady has been capturing audiences' attention for more than 30 years, starring in an array of films across genres and platforms.

And off the screen, she's donated her voice to numerous causes. Her well-known role in the film "Gorillas in the Mist" helped make her into a champion of animal rights and environmental issues around the globe.

She is also a longtime advocate for gay rights and starred in the television movie "Prayers for Bobby," based on the true story of a boy who killed himself as a result of religious intolerance.

As the film comes out on DVD this week, Sigourney spoke to me about why the fight against bullying is so important to her. It was the book that a lot of gay and bisexual and lesbian youth in America give their families when they want to start the discussion about the fact that they're gay.

And I think one of the reasons we did it was to create a DVD, which is another way of opening this conversation. And I think communication and dialogue are one of the most important things that we can do to advance the cause of gay rights.

Derrick, one of our viewers, asks, "How did you prepare for the role as Mary? I felt like Mary Griffith was just the diametrical opposite person to myself.

And so, I went and met with Mary, who is a very different person than the person you meet at the beginning of this story. We spent the day together talking about Bobby, talking about her -- what she would call her ignorance and fear of anything gay.

She was very religious, she -- she was absolutely adamant that Bobby should not be gay and, in fact, research has shown that if you are -- if you come out and your family is highly rejecting, that there's a -- you're eight times more likely to attempt suicide.

So, I think it's a very important statistic for families to know, because the reason Mary Griffith wanted her story shared with the world is so that other families don't make the same mistakes that she did.

Do you agree? I think it's a big step forward for our country that we've gotten rid of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell. And I think the fact that now you'll be able to serve openly in the military as a gay person will be a huge step forward to getting this communication and dialogue started.

I think if people knew that they were talking about specific human beings when they say that that person -- those people shouldn't have equal rights, once you tie it to, "Oh, but I don't mean that Gary shouldn't have equal rights, I love Gary.

It has to be specific people and, then, I think we will make some big strides. It's an interesting point.

He says, "Speaking of bullying, I understand that you were made fun of because of your height all the time when you were in school.

How did that feel, and how," he says, "did it influence your career? For laughs, sort of. But I think the fact that I was sort of -- felt freaky has been a great asset to my work, because I often play people who are kind of on the outside of things, like Dian Fossey and other people.

People who are isolated because of who they are or what they believe in. So, that's been -- I feel a real connection with people who don't fit in.

This is an interesting one. He says, "I'd like to know if you believe life gets easier as an individual as one gets older. It's an interesting thing.

It's one of the nice things that I think age and experience give you. There's been a lot of work done for people saying, "Look, you know what?

Stick with it, things get better. WEAVER: Well, and I think in our country, we have organizations like PFLAG and the Trevor Project where, if you are feeling isolated and not getting the support and love that you need, you can call and you can go to these organizations and talk to other people who went through the same thing and find a connection, find support.

And I think that's very, very important for young people, to be told, "This is natural, you are wonderful, you are loved, and hang in there. Humor me.

A couple of questions on the industry. Christopher says, "With your talent and tenure in the industry, do you have -- still have to audition for parts?

That's very true. I'm very fortunate. Although, sometimes it gives you a chance to audition the director and find out how they work.

But no, I don't usually do that. I usually meet with them. And David asks, "What can you tell us about 'Ghostbusters 3'?

I think everyone would like to get together and make a good movie. We'll see if it happens. I hope so. We all hope so, too. Remember, this is your part of the show, so get your questions in for your Connectors of the Day.

Tomorrow, comedian Maziar Jobrani joins us. He's an Iranian-born American who dares to poke fun at Middle Eastern stereotypes. So, what do you want to ask Maziar?

Let us know. We'll put the best questions to him. You can do that at cnn. Still ahead tonight, the only person charged in the death of Michael Jackson is getting his day in court.

Preliminary hearings are now underway to determine whether there's enough evidence to take Dr. Conrad Murray to trial. That story and more is just ahead.

Now, a year and a half after the sudden death of Michael Jackson shocked the world, his doctor is defending himself in court.

Now, Conrad Murray is accused of giving the pop star a fatal dose of sedatives. The preliminary hearing will determine whether the case goes to a full-blown trial.

Casey Wian, first, for you outside the courtroom in Los Angeles. Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's former personal physician, over for trial on charges of manslaughter.

Listening to prosecutors included members of Michael Jackson's family, his mother, his brother, and his sister, La Toya. Prosecutors said that they plan to call between 20 and 30 witnesses over seven to eight days of testimony.

Those witnesses will attest to Michael Jackson's health before he died, the grueling efforts he was undergoing preparing for what they call one of the most important concert tours of his life, and the fact that, according to the prosecution, Dr.

Murray did not adhere to the accepted standard of care in administering this drug propofol, a powerful anesthetic normally used in hospitals, to help Michael Jackson sleep in his home.

Defense attorneys are expected to contend that someone else, perhaps even Michael Jackson himself, delivered that fatal dose.

We're expecting this preliminary hearing to last about eight days because of the intense number of witnesses that they'll be calling. Well, prosecutors also told the court today that Dr.

Murray waited at least 21 minutes to call an ambulance after he found Michael Jackson unresponsive. Randi Kaye, now, gives us a timeline of what transpired on the day that Jackson died.

It is just before pm, June 25, KAYE voice-over : The king of pop's heart had stopped. He is unconscious. His personal physician, Dr.

Conrad Murray, who can be heard in the background on the call made by Jackson's security guard, is attempting CPR. The doctor's been the only one here.

KAYE voice-over : As the emergency unfolds, news spreads. KAYE voice-over : Sorrow, shock, and so many unanswered questions. Immediately, the investigation begins to focus on Jackson's physician, Dr.

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Notice also, how this new "pro-life" push is coming right after this new pope has been chosen, and established himself as a "nice guy" whom "even atheists like" after a fabulously successful PR blitz.

Notice also how the RCC still is not coming clean with the names of the defrocked priests so that they can be investigated and prosecuted!

They don't want to be sued by the victims of the defrocked priests, so they are keeping those names secret, favoring the church's welfare over justice.

They are still anti-birth control and anti-family planning of any sort—because they want to increase the size of their congregations and the resulting ti-thes.

If the church were still burning people for heresy, this pope probably would not change that unless he had no choice—he would just do with a smile and a good PR campaign.

I won't give you an argument based on religion but I think it is dangerous to encourage the mindset that it is okay to kill someone when they become inconvenient.

It rather depends who you think of as "someone". I see people every day knock down trees filled with animals far more conscious than an early stage fetus based on their inconvenience in the face of homes or roads.

I see people taking drugs for whom the consciousness of the testing animals is a mere inconvenience. Were destroy the habitats of animals to own private homes we consider more convenient.

Unless you live naked in the woods on roots and really even then you kill for your convenience. Really it still gets back to when you consider a blob of cells a person worthy of our special human attention.

SARA: i try to only kill the tasty animals. XD oh and spiders; if they are in my home. I hate them—especially when they crawl across my pillow as I'm laying down for the night.

No, I respectfully disagree. You should catch the spiders to release outdoors. Spiders are our friends!

As are bats and toads; they all eat tons of harmful insects. One American Toad Bufo america nus can consume mosquitos in one night.

And they have beautiful gold eyes. As for spiders, well, we would be inundated with flys without them. Do not get me started on flys If you want proof that god does not exist; just study the life cycle of the Sheep Bot Fly.

Who would deliberately design anything so fiendish? On a cognitive level, I know you're right, but if you've ever gotten up at night and walked into the bathroom, flipped on the light switch, and saw in the mirror, a great big spider sitting on your cheek, you will never see spiders the same way again.

We had a really bad year with spiders once—we're talking arachnaphobia, and I'm sorry, but if one of them dares to make itself visible in my home, that's a death sentence.

You are dehumanizing people by referring to them as a blob of cells. Your comparison with non human life I might accept if you were using it to justify the point that we shouldn't kill animals, then again it makes more sense that we should have some loyalty to our own species.

You want to show loyalty to our species? Help the hungry and homeless, push for gun control, tell repubs to leave the ACA alone and extend unemployment benefits.

I'm not dehumanizing "people". I'm talking about early stage embryonic development which is, quite literally, a blob of cells. It's interesting: that blob of cells has a soul, various believers have said.

I can take that blob of cells, dissociate it into individual cells and raise up a bunch more blastocysts.

Do they share the same soul? Happens all the times with monozygotic twins. There's one soul in the initial blob and God does cool soul math.

I would like to recommend an interesting article on the abortion issue, written by Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan for "Parade" magazine back in It's decades old now—true—but the subject has not gone away, and the points of discussion are as relevant and to the point now as they were then.

You should be able to find it by Googling. Sagan and Druyan argue that a person is a person when they have an active, functioning brain.

They note that there is broad recognition in our society that when a person is brain-dead, they are indeed dead, and no longer "persons", and that most people have no qualms about pulling the plug.

They argue convincingly that this is applicable to the beginning of life as well. This is my position as well. It is a position informed by scientific understanding, not religion.

It preserves freedom of choice for women—an important cornerstone of liberty in our modern society—yet at the same time protects the lives of actual persons potentially capable of thought and consciousness.

So I am "pro-choice" up to the point where brain waves similar to conscious people fire up, and pro-life after that point. Sagan puts this at weeks, which is where the legal line is drawn now, but for different reasons.

Viability can shift with technology, so Sagan's standard makes more sense to me. There are many who put the boundary for person-hood at conception—but this is not based on science, but on religion.

They try to claim DNA support, but understand that DNA is found in people who are brain-dead, and even on dead fingernails.

It takes more than DNA to make us a person. It takes a functioning brain. I believe the real target behind the zeal with which religions and its adherents pursue is control of human se-xuality.

They have always wanted this control—it's one of the main ways they grow their congregations. They have imagined that something is evil and have altered their God to make it so.

You're right. We are never anything more than a sort of program running on our brains. How is it evil to shut down a human before it is able to run it?

Suppose when the brain "fires up" the brain has severe development issues which means the baby will not survive. Do you think the mother should be forced to carry full term?

Suppose after the brain "fires up" the mothers health is in danger, should she be forced to carry full term? Hi, Ken — It is easy to answer both these scenarios with a resounding "NO" but there are murkier depths.

What about spina bifida or down's syndrome? Or any number of debilitating conditions with varying rates of survival. How about babies born prematurely?

According to the National Insti tute of Health in , a fetus is viable at 25 weeks gestation with a high survival rate without significant disability.

I have not checked to see if this still holds for today. It fits well with Sagan's proposal. You've been honest with your posts, I'll be honest with mine.

My wife and I met late in our lives at 31 We have two children. When my wife was pregnant with our 2nd child she was She took the test to see if the baby would be born with any birth defects.

If the fetus had birth defects, we would have aborted the pregnancy. Thankfully she was perfectly healthy Even if the doctor had told us she would survive, there was no way my wife would carry full term.

At our ages we did not want the responsibility of raising a special needs child. People can call us anything they want, we would've had to deal with the responsibility not others.

Ken — I completely understand your decision in this situation. And I realize that some people would not agree with us. I support a woman's and couple's right to direct their life as they see fit.

That should be the bottom line. The pursuit of happiness and all that. When my youngest was born with a severe heart defect, I was asked if I would have aborted had I of known in advance to detect this meant a very specific ultrasound would have been required.

Given that she spent all but 6 weeks of her short 4. When I think about it now, almost 18 years later the answer comes easy and as much as some may not agree, it makes perfect sense for me.

What she went through was not something I would wish upon any infant or parent for that matter. Had I of known her life would have been so full of pain and the last effects on myself and our family, yes I would have aborted.

Now that may sound crude but I lived those 4. I watched my innocent child endure pain that an average adult could not handle.

Nice to hear a positive outcome. I do have a Medical technology keeps getting better as time goes, so I'm sure we'll see no child suffer in the future.

Congrats on his 4 years, it just gets better. Truthprevails1 — My heart goes out to you. Thank you for sharing such a heart wrenching decision. WASP- I cannot even imagine how difficult it must have been to make that decision.

I wish you and your family the best. You forget that there is a difference between a fetus and a brain dead person.

A fetus is alive and without external action will continue to develop to a person. A body that has become brain dead will not eventually become brain dead.

I am sure that my little post will not change your belief, but maybe you will considered that others beliefs are not without logic.

Its hard not to take personally the definition of "life". Please imagine the following. You are in a building on fire. There are two other people besides yourself.

One is a child who literally has no heart. His blood is being pumped by a portable pump that has to go with the child everywhere he goes.

The second "person" is a newborn baby born without a brain. He has only water where the cerebrum usually is. He will never have the capacity to think or feel, memory, or any sort of consciousness.

He has absolutely no higher thought function whatsoever. An ordinary fish has more intelligence. The baby has only a brain stem that keeps his heart and lungs going.

A fetus may eventually develop a brain—sure, but so will a zygote and many sperm and egg cells, but not yet. They are not yet a living person. Contrary to the pro-life stereotypes, abortions are usually a highly personal, complex, difficult decision.

You cannot know all the personal circu-mstances of those who make this decision, so that makes it easy to stand from afar and make major personal judgments.

Read their accounts , then tell me: just who the Hell are you to make the decision for them anyway? If you don't believe in abortion, then don't have one.

Stop trying to interfere in the personal lives of other people. Reading WASP, Cherilyn and Truthprevails1 posts make the point that abortion is a private matter between the doctor and the patient.

Neither the govt or religious individuals have a right to tell others what to do. That has been the only point that I have tried to make.

It should be up to the woman or couple to decide because she or they have to live with the consequences. Just as I have a right to abortion, you have the right to pregnancy.

One thing that strikes me is how deeply personal, difficult and often painful it is to evaluate your own situation along with your significant other and reach a decision on whether or not to carry a pregnancy to term.

I hope that everyone participating in this debate on this blog reads these, and take stock. Read accounts like those above, and then tell me—who the Hell are you to insert yourselves into the private lives of people like Cherilyn, Ken, WASP or TruthPrevails—and make there choices for them??

If you are one who is "pro-life"—on what basis? Most of the time, it's due to a religious dogma. Most reasonable people realize that abortion is an area with shades of grey, and that a line needs to be drawn somewhere.

Drawing that line at conception is based purely on religion. DNA is not what makes us a person—a working mind capable of consciousness and thought—this is the sensible area to draw the line with certain exceptions that reasonable people can debate.

If your religious convictions lead you to believe human life begins at conception—then by all means, don't have an abortion. But you have no right to impose that belief on people like Cherilyn or Ken.

Oops, make that "Add me to the count Obviously, my eyes might not be accepted. Trust me, your eyes are probably better than mine.

I have more respect for your pro life position. I still don't agree but I have more respect because you are personally trying to enhance someone else's life.

Are you asking the pro choice people the same question? Also why do you ask, do you feel only organ donors are allowed to form a political opinion?

Or do you feel that your respect is of interest enough to someone to donate their organs? No not at all. I feel if you're pro life you would help those that are here already.

If you aren't willing to help those that are already here, It proves my point that you really don't care about those that haven't been born yet.

In other words you just want them to be born to watch them suffer. My respect doesn't matter. No one knows who I am.

I'm just a computer guy blogging. I'll let Ken speak for himself, but I would say that those of us on the "Pro-Choice" side of this debate are not usually in the habit of going around proclaiming how sacred life is, and also Ken's question illustrate what many of us on this side of the debate have observed—namely, that those who are "pro-life" are all too often more concerned and more energized in protecting life before its actually born than afterwards.

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Fun, right? So, will all this make any difference? January 26, at pm. Reality 2 But the true solution is to practice safe se-x. January 27, at am. Observer Practicing safe s-ex is a goal, but reality is that it will never solve all the problems because it will never completely happen.

Observer Reality 2, We need more people who are attempting solutions like Bill Gates and fewer right-wingers who are fighting against se-x education.

Reality 2 How much education does one need to read and follow the instructions on the Pill and condom packages? Observer Reality 2, Tell that to all the teenagers who think it won't happen to them.

NO ONE likes abortions, but sometimes they are the lesser of two evils. Reality 2 The Gut-tmacher Inst-itute notes that the perfect use of the pill should result in a 0.

January 27, at pm. Tom, Tom, the Other One I wondered if celibacy might address the problem with income inequality and the distribution of wealth.

January 26, at am. Saraswati While celibacy is anunlikely and impractical solution, it is true that those without children ultimately donate more to charity because they are far more likely to leave estates to non-profits.

Tom, Tom, the Other One You're right. I'll leave celibacy as a solution to all our problems to Douglas.

Reality 2 Longwood Gardens, a gift from the childless DuPonts, is a good example. Saraswati I was at school with a nice girl who slacked off a bit and did a mediocre job Dandintac Any effort to try to address a significant social problem through a program of celibacy is absolutely doomed to failure.

Cherilyn B I agree with Dan. Cherilyn B Clarification: Substi. Cherilyn B Typo: make that "celibate". What are you, freaking Euro-trash?

Douglas Congratulations to the Walk for Life marchers! Thank you for defending life! With the power of celibacy released, there is no need for abortion.

Thanks to our teen volunteers for rallying to the cause! January 25, at pm. Voluntary human extinction movement That's a good thing, less abortions, fewer people, less pollution.

Bingo Crosbiano And some inferior genes removed from the gene pool. We wouldn't want this inbred hick-a-billy to breed.

Saraswati He's just a troll — I wouldn't waste my time with this guy. Dandintac Doobz, Didn't you know? Science Works Douglas -is the internet a gift from god — NO -but they want to control life?

Reality 2 Saraswati questioned my education and knowledge in the fields of religion and contraception. Trivia The word "Saraswati" is name for a Hindu goddess of wisdom.

Bingo Crosbiano Engineering and chemistry are indeed the usual credentials for expertise in religion and contraception. And you are a pompous bore.

Saraswati What you did is respond to a post about people being educated enough to make decisions about abortion with a listing of your degrees in engineering and chemistry.

Reality 2 What education in the realm of birth control, etc. The Brutal Effects of Stupidity: : The failures of the widely used birth "control" methods i.

Added information before making your next move: "Se-xually transmitted diseases STDs remain a major public health challenge in the United States.

Mmmmmmm And what you did was answer with yet another Copypasta instead of answering Saraswati. But will he face a manslaughter charge? That coming up here on CNN.

Just gone. I'm sorry. This is the picture so far. Waters in Queensland are still rising and are expected to crest on Wednesday. Two hundred thousand people have been affected by these floods.

And though supplies are now arriving by helicopter and by boat, the water is now full of snakes, as you saw just then, complicating the situation even further.

Now, if you want to put the size of this disaster into context, take a look at this map. The area highlighted in red is the affected area in Queensland.

Now, look at that area when you superimpose it on top of Western Europe. It's a total area the size of the France and Germany combined.

That really gives you a sense of just how massive the challenge faced by the Queensland authorities is Well, as the crisis deepens, all kinds of Australian exports are being washed out, everything from pineapples to coal is affected in this.

Erin Edwards from 7 News now reports even areas free from flooding could see their livelihoods in ruins. This should be Central Queensland's peak picking season, providing 90 percent of Australia's pineapples.

Unfortunately, due to the road closures down around the Bundy area, fruit like this, which you would have harvested last week, is not going to make it to market.

The only way to get the fruit out is by a barge. More than half his crop will go to waste. CLIFTON: Well, hopefully, it will have a positive effect on prices to -- to offset the impact of -- of lost tons that we're going to have.

Tomatoes, bananas, cane, cotton and grain are the hardest hit. It could be weeks before stock can be moved for slaughter. Beef prices have already risen and will go higher.

This will impact on world markets, as well. Miners can't get to work. Coal pits, which are full of water, are running out of fuel and oil.

And there's no way to transport the black gold to the port. Hundreds of kilometers of rain lines have been washed away.

Eighteen ships are anchored off Gladstone. Twelve more are on their way. Australia supplies two thirds of coking coal. Here at the Gladstone port, the stockpiles are too wet and too heavy to be loaded.

After the flood, the price of coking coal doubled. In Rockhampton, Erin Edwards, 7 News. But do remember, for every loser, there is a winner, too.

So could someone actually benefit from the situation? Well, for example, if Australia can't produce enough coke and coal, then steel makers could turn to North America instead.

Coke producers in Canada and the U. Then there's sugar -- Queensland Sugar Limited handles more than 90 percent of Australian sugar exports.

It's buying more sugar from Thailand and from Brazil to honor its commitments. And, finally, wheat. Well, we've had the U. Wheat prices have been at two year highs.

Bad news for consumers? Well, perhaps. But for farmers with wheat stockpiles in countries like Argentina, it could mean bigger profit margins.

You can see how a story in one part of the world resonates elsewhere. Your heads up on the day's biggest stories -- up next, the global push to ban smoking.

We head down to an English pub to find out, three years on, if a smoke-free zones are working. And then the lady who has battled ghosts and aliens -- Sigourney Weaver tells us what she's fighting for in her latest film.

It kills, on average, one person every six seconds. Such is the global toll of tobacco, experts say. Yet more and more people are using the drug.

Well, all this week on the show, we've been looking at what is being done around the world to break the habit of smoking. And tonight, we're focusing on the impact of bans in the U.

According to one study, , people quit smoking in the first year of the ban. Well, health records show that the number of people actually admitted to hospital for heart attacks dropped by up to 3 percent.

And as for any controversy, well, studies show three quarters of the British population support the smoke-free laws.

Well, not everyone has benefited from the bans. Matthew Chance headed down to a local pub to see if pundits are still finding the laws, well, hard to swallow.

It means smokers have to go outside if they want to light up, making bars free of the choking cigarette fumes that used to fill these places.

They're often free of people, as well. Many landlords and bar owners say their businesses have suffered as smokers stay away. The smoking ban may have been a factor in many pubs closing down.

But not everyone is unhappy. People felt healthier. They embraced it a lot more, actually. But it's becoming increasingly positive. I mean my clothes and, you know, like it's just a lot more healthier and, you know -- but I do smoke occasionally.

But I don't smoke half as much as I would normally. Medical researchers say smoking and passive smoking-related disease are down and that thousands of lives could be spared now that smoking has been taken outside.

But that's not the case in many countries around the world. Tomorrow night, we're going to look at the divisions in Germany, where many punzers ph are still clinging tightly to their cigarettes as they are to their beers.

And if you want to catch up on what we did on the issue yesterday, do head to CNN. Also find the stories on our Facebook page, Facebook.

And if you're not a fan already, do join up. Now, some of you will know her as Ellen Ripley from the film series Aliens. Other film buffs out there would have recognized her voice in the epic "Avatar.

That's up next. Don't go away. I'm Becky Anderson in London. It's just about half past here. Coming up, it's just about time to meet our Connector of the Day, one of Hollywood's toughest leading ladies.

Sigourney Weaver for you. And we'll go to Los Angeles tonight, where Michael Jackson's physician could be facing a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the music legend's death.

And finally, the story that's got all of you talking -- why did hundreds of birds fall out of the sky in Arkansas over new year?

I'm Becky Anderson in London at just about half past nine, here. Coming up, it's almost time to meet our Connector of the Day.

Tonight, one of Hollywood's toughest leading ladies, Sigourney Weaver, for you. We'll go to Los Angeles, tonight, where Michael Jackson's physician could be facing a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the music legend's death.

And finally, the story that's got all of you talking. Why did hundreds of birds fall out of the sky in Arkansas over New Year? We'll go over all the conspiracy theories, some of them weird, and some of them, frankly, wacky.

Those stories are ahead in the next 30 minutes here on CNN. First, as ever at this point, let me get you a quick check of the headlines.

Pakistani officials say the governor of Punjab province was assassinated, apparently because he spoke out against the country's controversial blasphemy law.

They say Salman Taseer was gunned down by his own security guard in an Islamabad market. News reports say the guard surrendered immediately. Iran is inviting ambassadors from world powers to visit its disputed nuclear facility, but reportedly left the US, Britain, France, and Germany off the list.

Those nations will join Russia and China later this month for talks with Iran over its nuclear ambitions. Residents in Queensland, Australia are waking up to what could be the worst day of flooding yet.

Local government officials will hold an emergency meeting on Wednesday as floodwaters are expected to crest. Supplies are arriving by boat and by helicopter.

A total of , people have been affected. Well, a family spokesman says Alireza Pahli -- Pahlavi, sorry -- the son of the former Shah of Iran has committed suicide in Boston, Massachusetts.

He was 44 years old. His father was overthrown in and died the following year. Those are your headlines this hour. Like me, you probably first came across your Connector of the Day in a film that was pretty terrifying.

It was called "Alien. The Hollywood leading lady has been capturing audiences' attention for more than 30 years, starring in an array of films across genres and platforms.

And off the screen, she's donated her voice to numerous causes. Her well-known role in the film "Gorillas in the Mist" helped make her into a champion of animal rights and environmental issues around the globe.

She is also a longtime advocate for gay rights and starred in the television movie "Prayers for Bobby," based on the true story of a boy who killed himself as a result of religious intolerance.

As the film comes out on DVD this week, Sigourney spoke to me about why the fight against bullying is so important to her. It was the book that a lot of gay and bisexual and lesbian youth in America give their families when they want to start the discussion about the fact that they're gay.

And I think one of the reasons we did it was to create a DVD, which is another way of opening this conversation.

And I think communication and dialogue are one of the most important things that we can do to advance the cause of gay rights.

Derrick, one of our viewers, asks, "How did you prepare for the role as Mary? I felt like Mary Griffith was just the diametrical opposite person to myself.

And so, I went and met with Mary, who is a very different person than the person you meet at the beginning of this story.

We spent the day together talking about Bobby, talking about her -- what she would call her ignorance and fear of anything gay.

She was very religious, she -- she was absolutely adamant that Bobby should not be gay and, in fact, research has shown that if you are -- if you come out and your family is highly rejecting, that there's a -- you're eight times more likely to attempt suicide.

So, I think it's a very important statistic for families to know, because the reason Mary Griffith wanted her story shared with the world is so that other families don't make the same mistakes that she did.

Do you agree? I think it's a big step forward for our country that we've gotten rid of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell. And I think the fact that now you'll be able to serve openly in the military as a gay person will be a huge step forward to getting this communication and dialogue started.

I think if people knew that they were talking about specific human beings when they say that that person -- those people shouldn't have equal rights, once you tie it to, "Oh, but I don't mean that Gary shouldn't have equal rights, I love Gary.

It has to be specific people and, then, I think we will make some big strides. It's an interesting point. Get promoted. Powered by OnRad.

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