The Massachusetts Senate race and its impact on the health care reform
bill, and the Supreme Court ruling on corporate campaign contributions.
Our panel of guests tackled those topics today in our political roundtable.
Fredricka Whitfield was joined by CNN deputy political editor Paul Steinhauser, Boston Globe Washington bureau chief Christopher Rowland, and Nathan Gonzales, political editor for the Rothenberg Political Report.
Alone in the darkness beneath layers of rubble, Dan Woolley felt blood streaming from his head and leg. Then he remembered - he had an app for that.
He followed the instructions to bandage his wounds and keep himself awake.
Then, for days, he waited. And he wrote a goodbye note to his family, telling them, "Don't be upset at God."
To read his story of survival, click here.
Below is my interview with Dan Woolley, who is back at home, grateful for every minute with his wife and two young children.
While earthquake survivors are glad they got out of the rubble alive, now they face another challenge: amputation. Many of the injured need at least one limb removed or they'll die, and as CNN Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen reports, being without a limb in Haiti isn't the same as being without a limb in the United States.
Even though search and rescue efforts have officially ended in Haiti, people are still being found alive.
A woman from North Carolina whose son e-mailed her from Haiti 11 minutes before the earthquake hit joins us to talk about their desperate search for him. So far, they've had no luck.
CNN National Security Analyst Peter Bergen joins us with a preview of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's meeting this week on how to counter radicalization in Yemen.
Join TJ Holmes and Betty Nguyen on this CNN Sunday Morning beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.