The massive Tea Party rally in Washington, DC, included anti-Obama signs and posters that some people believe were racist in sentiment. Lloyd Marcus, an African-American who traveled with the Tea Party Express as it held rallies across the country leading up to the Capitol, says the racism charge is patently false. CNN's Don Lemon spoke with Marcus about the controversy.
President Barack Obama - sitting down for five television interviews today. Is he risking overexposure? CNN Senior White House Correspondent Ed Henry dropped in on the CNN Newsroom to talk about that with TJ Holmes, ahead of the President's unprecedented media blitz on health care reform.
New Overnight: Authorities make three arrests as part of an investigation into an alleged plot to set off bombs in the United States.
In Washington state, a frantic manhunt is on for a legally insane killer who escaped from a field trip organized by a psychiatic hospital.
We'll have a preview of John King's "State of the Union" sit-down later this morning with President Barack Obama.
Social media and journalism: It's so much easier these days for everyone to get their message out, but is that a good thing?
Join us for those stories and a whole lot more in the CNN Newsroom with Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes, beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.
A major conservative political conference has wrapped up in Washington. It's called the Values Voter Summit.
Debate over President Obama's health care plan - one of the many issues on the agenda. Saturday speakers included former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and House Minority Leader John Boehner, who took time out to talk with TJ Holmes.