(CNN) – A new Consumer Reports study says Americans are taking too many over-the-counter pain medications and this could be causing chronic headaches instead of relieving them. To sort out the so-called "rebound headache" syndrome, we were joined on Thursday's American Morning by our chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
(CNN) – There are reports today saying U.S. investigators think there may indeed be a link between the suspected Times Square bomber and the Pakistani Taliban, not al Qaeda and not the Taliban we're fighting in Afghanistan. And it could be a game-changer if they were able to hit the homeland.
Rep. Peter Hoekstra, ranking member on the House Committee on Intelligence, joined us on Thursday's American Morning to talk about the investigation into the failed Times Square bombing.
(CNN) – It started out with a British TV show called "The Office" and turned into a worldwide phenomenon. The original British version has been watched now in 90 countries and spawned seven different remakes.
The man behind it all, Ricky Gervais, has now been named one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people. He joined us on Thursday's American Morning.
By Carol Costello, CNN
(CNN) – The world of politics is colliding with the world of sports over Arizona’s controversial new immigration law.
Last night, there were more protests at the Arizona Diamondbacks game and the Phoenix Suns took to the court wearing jerseys reading “Los Suns” to show team solidarity with Latinos.
Politicians, like New Mexico’s Governor Bill Richardson, are debating the law, not just on CNN, but on ESPN too.
Time for a Gut Check: Should basketball or baseball or any other pro sports team get involved in politics?
Steve Nash, who plays for the Phoenix Suns, says yes. “We have a lot of love. Latino fans. We have Latino players on both teams. And unfortunately that's the group that seems to be targeted by this bill. And it's a shame.”
The Arizona law is designed to identify, prosecute and deport illegal immigrants. It allows police officers to ask people "for papers" proving legal residency. Critics say it will lead to racial profiling.