"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.
Here’s the lineup for tomorrow:
6:30AM: 6:30A "Kill the Bill" – Dick Armey on why his group FreedomWorks is supporting two health care protests in D.C.
7:20AM: No more bailouts? How do we stop companies from becoming "too big to fail"? Sen. Chris Dodd discusses his plan to reform the way Wall Street works.
7:30AM: What went wrong on a CIA base in Afghanistan – how did a suicide bomber get near so many people? Former CIA Operative Bob Baer will talk about his incredible GQ article on what the bombing means for the CIA.
8:30AM: Tired of slow internet connections – long download times? The government hopes to help you out with their new broadband policy. Ryan Singel, writer for Wired Magazine, joins us to break it all down.
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Editor's Note: Monday’s American Morning viewers were interested in the Toyota investigation of owner Jim Sikes’ Prius. Some were skeptical of Sikes’ claim of a stuck gas pedal, as it could not be replicated by technicians. Others supported him, as they had faced similar situations in other vehicles, remarking “some things just don’t show up on those tests.”
In AM’s original series “Growing Up Behind Bars,” many were surprised the adult who purchased the gun was not held responsible for the death, rather than his young son.
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Los Angeles, California (CNN) - Actor Peter Graves, best known for his starring role on TV's "Mission: Impossible," died Sunday. He was 83.
While the cause of the actor's death was not immediately known, he apparently suffered a heart attack, his publicist said.
Graves had gone to brunch with his family Sunday morning. After they returned home and entered the house, one of his daughters began to wonder why he hadn't come back inside with them, said publicist Sandy Brokaw.
The family went outside and found Graves had collapsed. His daughter performed CPR but was unsuccessful in reviving the actor, Brokaw said.
Graves had been in good health and was celebrating 60 years of marriage and 60 years in the entertainment business. He was still pursuing work when he died, the publicist said. FULL STORY
(CNN) – Was a sexy name and pink camel on a pack of cigarettes meant to target young girls? That's the focus of a new study in the Journal of Pediatrics that looked at an ad campaign by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.
The findings present some pretty troubling news for both kids and parents. Our senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen has the report.
(CNN) – It's a tale of sex, drugs and Rock and Roll. Former Guns N' Roses axeman Slash has a new solo album coming out in April. He was the keynote interview at last week's Canadian Music Week up in Toronto.
Our John Roberts and Kyra Phillips got a chance to talk with the legendary guitarist about his, shall we say, colorful past.
(CNN) – Today we're looking at an unprecedented legal case in New Castle, Pennsylvania.
A 12-year-old boy could end up being the youngest person in the U.S. sentenced to life in prison without parole. He's accused of killing his father's pregnant fiancee.
Only CNN's "American Morning" is talking with both the victim's family and the young boy's family. Our Jason Carroll reports for part one of our series, "Growing Up Behind Bars."