Swine flu PLANS, that is!
The nation's schools started learning about swine flu/H1N1 in the spring, with all those outbreaks. The nation's employers, well, they might be a little behind the curve.
Kyra talked to a corporate attorney who works with big companies' H.R. departments, about what our bosses should do to get a jump on it - and what we employees should do to help.
Fredricka Whitfield reports on one city's disposable income: Fargo North Dakota generates tax-saving revenue from rubbish.
Bob Mann once worked for Senator Kennedy as his press secretary. He last saw the Senator a year ago when he endorsed President Barack Obama.
He shared many memorable moments with Kennedy and shared afew of them with CNN's Fredricka Whitfield.
Roger Wilkins, journalist, lawyer, social activist, author of the 1982 autobiography "A man's life" and the publisher of the NAACP's magazine, "The Crisis."
He spoke with CNN's Fredricka Whitfield on Senator Kennedy's impact on the civil rights movement.
Failed presidential hopeful.
Thomas Whalen is a historian at Boston University. He's the author of "a higher purpose: Profiles in presidential courage."
Professor Whalen joins CNN's Fredricka Whitfield to look at the failed presidential hopeful part of this and answer: What's the legacy of his bid against his own party's President, Jimmy Carter?
The sun goes down and the sky fills up... with a cloud of bats! Reynolds Wolf invites you to take a peek inside Brecken Cave... if you dare!
Join Reynolds along with TJ Holmes and Betty Nguyen weekend mornings in the CNN Newsroom, 6am ET/ 3am PT.
Four major fires are burning in southern and central California, forcing evacuations and threatening some 10,000 homes. Reynolds Wolf explains how the weather is making things tough for firefighters.
Join Reynolds Wolf, Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes weekend mornings in the CNN Newsroom, beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.
Wildfires are chewing through tinder-dry brush in centeral and southern California. One burning in Los Angeles County has grown to 20,000 acres and is threatening some 10,000 buildings.
The investigation into accused kidnapper Phillip Garrido widens beyond abduction and rape charges. We'll have an update from CNN's Ed Lavandera.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on future plans for the symbol of the Kennedy family's power: the Hyannisport Compound.
Activists on both sides of the health care debate have bus tours rolling across the nation to drive home their points. We'll drop in on the "Tea Party Express," now in Nevada.
The U.S. Open tennis tournament starts Monday with past champions Venus and Serena Williams on the opening day docket. CNN's Larry Smith joins us with a profile of an American teenager seeking her own U.S. Open glory.
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