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May 19th, 2010
08:06 PM ET

The Teaser

"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.

6:40AM Is it 5,000 barrels a day – or 100,000? We'll talk to Steven Wereley, Associate Professor at Purdue University, who has seen new tape of the spill.

7:15AM  Tomorrow marks 1 month since the Deepwater Horizon exploded – what's taken so long to plug the pipe and stop the spill? We'll ask Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar.

8:10AM  How are the fisheries in the gulf holding up? We'll get an update from Dean Blanchard, President of Dean Blanchard Seafood.

8:40AM  Education Secretary Arne Duncan on a new competition to help reform education.

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Filed under: American Morning • The Teaser
May 19th, 2010
02:00 PM ET

Building Up America: Solar power heats up job market

(CNN) – New Mexico is a state with a lot of technological know-how, and a whole lot of sunshine. That combo is bringing in all sorts of solar energy companies and giving a real jolt to the job market. Our Tom Foreman reports from Santa Fe, New Mexico in today's "Building Up America" report.


Filed under: Building Up America • Energy
May 19th, 2010
12:15 PM ET
May 19th, 2010
12:00 PM ET

A Soldier's Story: Child care issues crush recruit's plans

(CNN) – We've been following the story of Latricia Rose, a wife and mother embarking on her Army career. Now, there's trouble on the home front. Our Jason Carroll reports in the latest chapter of our ongoing original series, "A Soldier's Story."


Filed under: A Soldier's Story
May 19th, 2010
11:00 AM ET

Richardson surprised by Specter loss

(CNN) – New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson joined us on Wednesday's American Morning. He weighed in on Tuesday's primary results and their impact on the Obama administration. He also gave us his views on the immigration debate that's raging next door to his state right now in Arizona.

More from our interview with Gov. Richardson after the jump

FULL POST


Filed under: Immigration • Politics
May 19th, 2010
10:00 AM ET

Obama congratulates Sestak

Rep. Joe Sestak said that President Obama called to congratulate him Tuesday night.

Rep. Joe Sestak said that President Obama called to congratulate him Tuesday night.

From CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney

(CNN) – Rep. Joe Sestak said that President Obama called to congratulate him Tuesday night following his victory over Sen. Arlen Specter, the Republican-turned-Democrat who was backed by the president in this primary.

Obama "couldn't have been nicer," Sestak said in an interview Wednesday on CNN's American Morning. Watch Sestak on AM Video

Sestak also said that president told him, "I'm there for you and I look forward to working with you and getting you in the United States Senate."

When Specter switched political parties last year, Obama and Vice President Biden publicly pledged their support for him in the primary. While the president appeared in radio and television ads for the veteran senator, Obama did not appear on the campaign trail with Specter in the closing days of race.

From CNN's Political Ticker


Filed under: Politics
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