CNN viewers submit iReports detailing their own experiences of perceived racial profiling. A former police chief, a Baptist minister and a Hispanic activist then discuss the issue with CNN's Don Lemon and offer their insights.
Covering America, "What's in it for you?" That's the question we are looking to answer today at 4 P.M. Eastern as Fredricka Whitfield and a panel of guests break down the proposed Health Care bill.
So let us know, are you worried about health coverage? Do you think President Obama's health care plan will help or hurt? Leave a comment then tune in this afternoon to see your questions answered.
Authorities are allowing passengers back into LaGuardia Airport's Central Terminal after evacuating it earlier Saturday morning.
It was unclear how many passengers were in the terminal at the time of the evacuation, although scores of them with luggage lined the roads outside the airport during the evacuation.
One man is in custody following the evacuation, and Port Authority and
the city police's bomb squad were searching his bag, according to Port
Authority spokesman John Kelly.
This morning, our Josh Levs showed a bunch of Web sites to help you get the facts about health care – what President Obama and the GOP are arguing, and what the facts are. Here, as promised on air, are some links from Josh:
Fixing Health Care
Talking Points Memo
New overnight: Three American tourists are believed to be in Iranian custody.
Will bankruptcy stop a foreclosure? Housing advisor and author Clyde Anderson has the answer.
Rev your search engines: Microsoft and Yahoo are trying to knock online behemoth Google off its perch.
President Barack Obama's top domestic priority moved one step closer to congressional approval Friday as a key House committee passed comprehensive health-care reform legislation. We're devoting a half-hour to health-related issues at 9am ET.
Join TJ Holmes, and Reynolds Wolf in the CNN Newsroom; Brooke Baldwin's in for Betty Nguyen, 6am ET/ 3am PT.