Elizabeth Cohen explains a new study that cases of autism are growing across the U.S.
Trending on the web today: A blind man drives, a suspect sings Queen in a police cruiser and Twitter toilet paper.
Christine Romans explains how rising gas prices could affect the struggling economy.
Anne Noble with the Connecticut Lottery talks about the excitement around the huge Mega Millions jackpot.
Association of Flight Attendants's Veda Shook on proper response when kids refuse to put a seat belt on during flight.
Lottery icon Yolanda Vega with the New York State Lottery talks about the excitement around the Mega Millions jackpot.
EDIT NOTE: Since the first airing of this segment, the Mega Millions jackpot has increased due to ticket sales to $640 million.
Veda Shook with the Association of Flight Attendants explains standard procedure in the airline business, and how flight crews are trained to handle emergencies on a commercial flight. Shook also addresses the issue of psychological testing of pilots.
The FAA tells CNN that pilots must complete an official FAA medical application form, and have a physical examination by an FAA-designated Aviation Medical Examiner (AME). The AME does ask questions about psychological condition as part of his/her assessment, and the AME can order additional psychological testing.
Retired police officer Lou Palumbo responds to an interview with George Zimmerman's father on the Trayvon Martin case. He also responds to surveillance tape of George Zimmerman after the Trayvon Martin shooting.
Doug Gulick, Kim Olson and their kids describe their harrowing escape from a wildfire near their home in Colorado.
Christine Romans on the chances of winning a Mega Millions jackpot, and what to do with the money if you beat the odds.