Editor's Note: American Morning’s Thursday audience revisited the health care debate, one day after President Obama laid down the gauntlet for the final vote on reform. Though all accepted the premise that “something needs to be done on health care reform,” many argued pros and cons of the proposed plan; others offered alternatives.
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(CNN) - The military is a major theme in the race for Oscar gold this year. Often the producers of war movies turn to the Pentagon to help spice up their special effects.
But as our Barbara Starr found out, the relationship between the military and Hollywood goes way back.
(CNN) - A late-night vote in the Senate this week is putting an old-school tactic back in the spotlight: the filibuster. But we didn't see hours of talking-on-end and there were no senators napping on cots.
So what's changed? Has the filibuster lost its political punch? Our Jim Acosta has the report for our original series, "Broken Government."
(CNN) – Dozens of nationwide protests are planned today in defense of education. Demonstrators in more than thirty states are taking to the streets, tired of budget cuts that are bloating classrooms and burdening teachers.
Our Casey Wian visited with one first grade teacher in California who's trying hard to cope with shrinking budgets and increased class sizes in light of threatened lay-offs.
Read more: Students to protest funding cuts
Sound off: What do you think? Do you agree or disagree with education cuts? Are the cuts affecting you? What alternatives do you suggest? Post your comments below.
(CNN) - For today's AM house call, we're checking up on a woman who, according to statistics, should probably be dead by now.
But doctors say a cancer vaccine they developed is working on her and what seems like a medical miracle could become the norm. Our Dr. Sanjay Gupta has her remarkable story.
(CNN) - Let's get it done. That's what President Obama is telling Congress about health care reform.
After a year of facing intense opposition, the Democrats are on the verge of doing it all alone. But are they united enough? Our Dana Bash takes us through the final critical steps.
Read more: Obama outlines final health care plan