This Tuesday, December 15, there will be a CNN/YouTube debate on climate change. It will take place in Copenhagen, as representatives of nations all over the world meet for a U.N. climate conference that some are touting as "do-or-die."
You can submit a question, express your view, and have it seen all over the world. You can also help decide which questions get asked.
Get involved, then tune in to watch it live on CNN.com Tuesday morning at 8 AM ET, or join the replay at 12 noon ET.
And let us know what you think.
We'll have an update on five Americans arrested in Pakistan, accused of plotting a terrorist attack. A representative at a Virginia mosque says it plans to look into the circumstances that led to the arrests.
Tiger Woods says he plans to leave golf to focus on his family. How are Woods' sponsors reacting to the latest twist in Tiger's tale?
What's happening with the credit card reform promised by Congress? Finance expert Clyde Anderson breaks it down for us.
Hanukkah 101: The eight-day Jewish holiday of Hanukkah began last night at Sundown. Josh Levs takes a look at some viral videos of the season - like this one from Sen. Orrin Hatch.
Join Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes this CNN Saturday Morning, beginning 6am ET/3am PT.