Pres. Obama made his final push to House Democrats today as they prepare for tomorrow's vote on health care reform.
But will it be enough to secure the 216 votes needed for passage?
Fredricka Whitfield takes a closer look at the president's speech with our Sr. congressional correspondent
Dana Bash and Sr. White House correspondent Ed Henry.
Do you know where your Representative stands on health care legislation? You can find out at CNN.com/politics. Then tell us who your Representative is and why you agree or disagree with their decision.
Leave your comments below. We may use some of them on this CNN Saturday Morning.
It's make-or-break time for landmark health care legislation. President Obama huddles with House Democrats for a strategy session today. Republicans - still promising to fight the bill. Josh Levs has a reality check on claims about the health care bill.
The sandbags are in place, as parts of the U.S. midwest brace for major flooding. Meteorologist Reynolds Wolf is live from Moorehead, Minnesota all morning long.
Travel chaos in England. British Airways cabin crew have begun a three-day strike after talks over pay and working conditions collapsed.
Finance author and expert Clyde Anderson brings us five creative ways to avoid bankrupcty and become debt-free.
And our tech guru Mario Armstrong talks about the different ways employers are now keeping track of their employees and why.
Join us on this CNN Saturday Morning, 6am ET/ 3am PT.
Click here to access transcripts from recent shows.
Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.
Join 21,350 other followers