"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.
6:20AM The UK scientist at the center of "Climategate" was cleared by parliament – but where does he stand in the scientific community? Stephen McIntyre, editor of ClimateAudit.com and Michael MacCracken, Chief Scientist for Climate Change Programs at the Climate Institute join us to discuss.
6:30AM Wingnuts of the Week: John Avlon: Columnist, TheDailyBeast.com and Author, "Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe is Hijacking America" joins us with his picks.
7:20AM The iPad is coming! The iPad is coming! Arik Hesseldahl, Senior Technology Reporter at BusinessWeek.com joins us with his review of the latest Apple product.
7:30AM Tracking down runaways: Former NYPD detective Joe Mazzilli will talk about his new A&E show the "Runaway Squad", and will introduce us to a father-son pair that he reunited.
8:10AM We’ll go over the latest political headlines with the wonderful Candy Crowley, anchor of Sunday's "State of the Union" .
8:30AM The second the Labor Department's jobs report comes out, we’ll break it down with Lakshman Achuthan, Chrystia Freeland, and our own Christine Romans.
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Editor's Note: As more parents and students spoke openly about bullying and its negative effects, Thursday’s American Morning audience shared potential solutions to the problem. One former teacher suggested that other states emulate Vermont, making schools legally requited to “deal with the problem.”
Who should be held accountable in bullying cases? What suggestions would you have to address this issue?
(CNN) – To the Marines in Afghanistan they can mean the difference between life and death. They're the "dogs of war." Today we introduce you to the only female dog handler in all of Afghanistan. Our Chris Lawrence has the story from Helmand Province.
(CNN) – Health care reform is a done deal, but you still have a lot of questions. It's a job for our chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who joined us on Thursday's American Morning to answer the following questions:
Question 1: Will the CHIP program continue to receive adequate funding?
Question 2: What section or language in the bill limits the benefits of the bill to U.S. citizens and legal immigrants?
Question 3: If a young person is in school and off their parents' insurance can they be returned to it with this health care reform?
Question 4: Does any part of health reform take effect before 2014?
(CNN) – Today we have a follow-up to a story we brought you a while ago: the plight of the Burmese python in south Florida.
Efforts to control the population of the fast-breeding predators were underway this year until mother nature apparently decided to step in and do the job herself. Our John Zarrella has the report.
(CNN) – The Republican National Committee has come under fire in the past for its lavish spending on limousines and private jets, and more recently for picking up a nearly $2,000 tab for an outing at a strip club near Los Angeles.
Tony Perkins, a prominent conservative and president of the Family Research Council, is now urging people not to donate to the RNC. He writes, in part:
"...the RNC is completely tone-deaf to the values and concerns of a large number of people from whom they seek financial support. ... If you want to put money into the political process ... give directly to candidates who you know reflect your values."
Perkins joined us on Thursday's American Morning to explain more about why he is urging people to stop giving money to the RNC.