The faith-based council formed under President Bush and expanded by President Obama has come under fire by critics who say it isn't enough of a priority for the White House. We had a conversation about that Sunday morning with two members of the President's council.
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The storm has moved on, but the snow remains. Record amounts of it, in fact. Do you know how to drive in the snow? Our Reynolds Wolf went to Colorado Ski Country to take a driving course sponsored by Bridgestone. Ride along – you may learn something!
Join Reynolds along with Betty Nguyen & TJ Holmes weekend mornings in the CNN Newsroom, 6am ET/ 3am PT.
Hundreds of thousands without power, record amounts of snow, and massive snowball fights. We'll have the latest on "Snowmageddon."
The faith-based council formed under President Bush and expanded by President Obama has come under fire by critics who say it isn't enough of a priority for the White House. We'll talk with the president of the council in the 8 o'clock hour during our Faces of Faith segment.
Brooke Baldwin conducts a very special interview with a woman battling ALS. This woman is able to communicate with a computer she operates with her eyebrow muscles. And when she can no longer do that, she'll still be able to communicate - with brain power alone.
Super Bowl predictions from Sister Jean, the Super Bowl Queen. The "Psychic Nun" has no actual psychic abilities. But hey, she's been right on several occasions.
A lot of folks watch the big game just for the commercials. Sports Business Analyst Rick Horrow joins us with some of the ads deemed too racy for this year's Super Bowl.
And speaking of commercials, remember that Miller High Life spot during last year's Super Bowl that lasted one second? Pitchman Windell Middlebrooks joins us this morning to talk about what's planned to air during today's game.
Join TJ Holmes with Brooke Baldwin in for Betty Nguyen on this CNN Sunday morning, 6am ET/ 3am PT.
Shuttle Endeavour is scheduled to lift-off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 4:39am ET. We'll have live coverage beginning at 4:30.
Update: NASA scrubbed the launch because of low cloud ceilings - nine minutes before the scheduled lift-off.
NASA says the next possible launch attempt will be tomorrow morning, 4:14am ET - weather permitting.