Ford plans to spend more than half a billion dollars on a Michigan plant to switch gears from building trucks and SUVs to building economy compacts. Watch Kyra Phillips interview Ford CEO Alan Mulally about that and about whether he kept his promise to sell the corporate jets.
Behind the scenes we work very hard during the week to bring you interesting guests for our weekend morning show. So here’s just a taste of what you can expect.
Democratic political strategist James Carville will joins us live from Washington this Saturday morning. You can bet he’ll have plenty to say about President Obama, the Republican Party, and whatever else is on his mind. He will also tell us about his new book, 40 More Years: How the Democrats Will Rule the Next Generation. Love him or hate him James Carville is never at a loss for words. So you can definitely look forward to a very interesting and lively discussion with Betty and TJ.
So be sure to join us in the CNN Newsroom Saturday morning starting at 6 am ET/3 am PT. If you have any questions or comments leave them for us to possibly use on air.
Rep. Barney Frank wants to make internet gambling legal. Gambling company executives say regulating and taxing internet gambling would raise billions of dollars for the government. What do you think? Is it a good idea to let gamblers risk it all online? Post your comments and we'll share them in the Newsroom at Noon ET today.
Josh Levs jumps on board the "Class of '09" bus today with a segment on the top 10 best cities for recent college grads. Apartments.com and CGcampus.com put together the list. They took into account things like entry-level job openings, rent costs, and population of young adults. **SPOILER ALERT** The number 1 city: Indianapolis. Who would have thought...?!
So where did you live that first year out of college? Does it belong on the top 10 best cities list? Or the top 10 worst cities list? The good, the bad, the ugly – we want to hear it all.
Post your comments below and make sure you watch Josh at 9:30!
Throughout this month, you'll see special "Class of '09" segments on the Heidi Show. We've been asking since Monday for your financial aid questions. Today at 10:30 we'll have a financial aid expert and a college career-center director on our show, answering some of the great questions you've submitted on grants, loans, scholarships, 529 plans, work-study, and non-work-study jobs. 10:30. Free advice. Be there!