In this edition of Preston on Politics, the bombshell, tell-all book "The Politician" by Andrew Young purports to bare the sordid truth behind the John Edwards' extramarital affair and the attempts by the former presidential candiate to cover it up at all costs.
50 years ago on February 1, 1960, 4 students took a stand by sitting down at a Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina to bring attention to segregation.
Tomorrow, a new museum opens at the former store. It will include 16 exhibits, plus the counter seats used by the first 4 protesters who became known as the Greensboro 4.
Fredricka Whitfield spoke with one of them by phone today about the milestone. She also interviewed one of the co-founders of the museum and his son.
Former Democratic presidential contender John Edwards now admits fathering a child out of wedlock. The details - all released last week in a book called "The Politician," authored by Edwards' long-time confidant, Andrew Young. Edwards' attorneys have weighed in, saying, "It is obvious that there are many allegations which are simply false."
Do you plan to read the book? Do you even care? Leave your comments below. We may use some of them on this CNN Sunday Morning between 6am and 9am ET.
Snow, and lots of it - along with dangerous ice and power outages. Meteorologist Reynolds Wolf has the latest on this major winter storm.
CNN National Security Analyst Peter Bergen joins us to talk about a plan by the Afghan government to pay Taliban fighters millions to change sides - it's a plan that won strong backing Thursday at a conference on Afghanistan.
Faces of Faith: Florida QB Tim Tebow & his mother are scheduled to appear in a 30-second anti-abortion ad during the Super Bowl that was purchased by the conservative group Focus on the Family. Is football the right venue for religion? We'll have a panel discussion.
Join us for these stories and a whole lot more on this CNN Sunday Morning with TJ Holmes and Betty Nguyen, beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.
Join Betty Nguyen & TJ Holmes on this CNN Sunday Morning, 6am ET/ 3am PT.
From the troubles facing a man who wanted to be president to a Supreme Court justice apparently disagreeing with the man who is president.
Our legal guys, Richard Herman and Avery Friedman, jump right in to give their take on the week's top legal stories.