The "Tea Party" drew a huge crowd to the U.S. Capitol on Sept. 12, and generated waves of red-hot rhetoric aimed at President Obama. A Republican state leader, a liberal columnist and an author on race relations in America discuss with CNN's Don Lemon what is fueling the public outrage.
U.S. tennis superstar Serena Williams loses her cool in a profanity-laced tirade after a judge’s call. Her behavior appears to have caused her to lose the semi-final match against Belgium’s Kim Clijsters.
Do you think Serena’s actions should have cost her the game?
France, a country known for it's touchy-feely greetings, has put the kabosh on kissing. One company has even banned employees from wearing neckties because they can be loaded with germs.
You can blame the H1N1 flu virus.
What about you? Has the threat of H1N1 caused you to change the way you greet people? Have you stopped shaking hands or kissing friends hello? Leave your comments here. We may use some of them this morning in the CNN Newsroom.
Yale University says there's no reason to believe a missing graduate student and bride-to-be ran away.
An argument leads to a costly penalty point for Serena Williams at the U.S. Open.
President Obama is preparing to deliver a major speech Monday on the nation's financial crisis.
And conservative protesters flooded the national mall in Washington Saturday. We'll look back on the Tea Party Express rally against taxes, big government spending, and current plans for health care reform.
A year ago this weekend the third most destructive hurricane in U.S. history hit Galveston, Texas. The storm put most of the city under seven feet of water.
CNN's Betty Nguyen went back to see how Galveston is rebuilding.
From CNN Meteorologist Reynolds Wolf:
The Texas Longhorns have been playing football since 1893. Each season, before they battle the Sooners, Aggies, or Red Raiders, they first tackle the extreme heat of Central Texas. It isn’t easy dealing with the elements. In fact, it can be deadly. According to the National Center for Catastrophic Sport Injury Research, six football players died from heat stroke last year - four in high school, two in college. They say since 1995, 39 football players on every level (pro, college, high school and sand lot) have died from heat stroke.
So how do the ‘Horns keep their players from sharing the same fate? I went through an afternoon with UT Head Trainer Kenny Boyd to find out.