Energy saving tips.
The 5 deadly sins of retirement planning.
Toyota's massive recall.
And President Obama's focus on creating more jobs.
Those are just some of the topics tackled today by the first couple of personal finance, Ken and Daria Dolan.
They also answer your money questions.
A new book detailing former Senator John Edwards' extramarital affair that resulted in a love child went on sale today.
CNN Political Editor Mark Preston got his hand on a copy of "The Politician."
Here's his interview with Fredricka Whitfield.
Toyota's president apologized Friday for the gas pedal problems that have forced the recall of millions of vehicles in the U.S. and Europe, Japanese media reported.
Are you affected by the Toyota recall? And if so, how are you dealing with it? Leave your comments here. We may use some of them between 6am and 11am ET.
President Obama answered tough questions from House Republicans meeting in Baltimore Friday. CNN Political Editor Mark Preston joins us to talk about that.
During his State of the Union speech this week, President Obama called out the U.S. Supreme court for its recent decision on campaign finance. We'll have reaction.
We'll have the latest on the Toyota recall, including what the car company's president has to say.
In the midst of the housing crisis, people are falling prey to real estate scams. We'll talk with finance expert and author Clyde Anderson.
A California school district that pulled a dictionary from classrooms because it defined "oral sex" will allow the reference book back on the shelves. We'll have more on that story with CNN Education contributor Steve Perry.
And from Mississippi to Virginia – the southeastern U.S. is battling wintry weather. Our Reynolds Wolf will be on top of that story all morning long.
Join Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes on this CNN Saturday Morning, beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.
Not since Moses came down from the mountain has the arrival of a tablet been so highly anticipated. Steve Jobs unveiled Apple's iPad this week to mixed reviews. With a price point to rival netbooks, many wonder what it will do to shake up the personal computing scene. Not to mention the threat is poses to e-readers. Businesses are lining up to develop apps to feature their products on the iPad as it pushes the envelope of the digital frontier. Another worry, what impact will it have on the already struggling print industry, since the device is likely to accelerate the shift away from traditional newspaper and magazine consumption in favor of digital content.
This weekend tech guru, Jose Antonio Vargas, and publishing expert, David Carr, will look at the pros and cons of the new iPad with our Fredricka Whitfield.
Since his campaign, President Obama has expressed his desire for bipartisanship. Even during this week’s State of the Union address he talked about reaching across the aisle.
Do you think the President will be successful and why?
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Did you hear what you wanted to hear from President Obama during his State of the Union speech?
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