Fran Drescher, best known for her starring role in CBS's hit "The Nanny", is returning to television in a role she is all too familiar with.
In the new comedy "Happily Divorced" Drescher plays a wife who finds out her husband is gay. The show's premise closely imitates Drescher's real-life marriage to her "Nanny" producer and co-creator Peter Marc Jacobson who came out to Drescher after their marriage dissolved. Drescher and Jacobson remain close and are now Co-Executive Producers of the new show, which airs Wednesdays at 10:30PM Eastern on TV Land.
Drescher talks to American Morning about "Happily Divorced" and her relationship with her ex-husband.FULL STORY
The Dow closed at a new three-month low Wednesday, dropping 1.5%, as civil unrest continued in Greece in response to the government's austerity program. Concern over Greece's debt problems as well as gloomy manufacturing news sparked a sell-off.
Legendary investor Jim Rogers says he sees "continued turmoil for the next few years," and that America is overdue for another recession.
Rogers, founder of Rogers Holdings and the author of A Gift to My Children: A Father's Lessons for Life and Investing, tells American Morning how he is reading this week's poor economic news.FULL STORY
Pakistani informants who aided the United States in finding and killing Osama Bin Laden have been detained. Those detained include one man who rented a safe house to the CIA.
The news puts even more strain on an already tense relationship between the U.S. and the Middle Eastern nation.
Chad Sweet is the Co-founder of the Chertoff Group, a security and risk management consulting group, and a Former CIA official who says the U.S. should help those who have helped it. Sweet talks to American Morning about the latest developments out of Pakistan.FULL STORY
Do you live in one of the most expensive housing markets? If you live in Honolulu, Hawaii then you live in the most expensive housing market.
A report by CNNMoney.com lists the top ten most expensive housing markets in the United States and Honolulu ranks number one. The median home price on the island paradise is $579,300. Coming in at number five is New York where the median home price is $439,300, and at number ten is Barnstable, Massachusetts where the median home price is $299,000.
Ali Velshi takes a look at the cities with the highest real estate prices on American Morning. You can also visit CNNMoney.com for more information.FULL STORY
Hard economic times have many people clinging to their current jobs despite a desire to find a new one. While in more prosperous times these individuals might have decided to move on to new ventures, fear of taking a chance and a lack of opportunities have them staying in place, Bloomberg Business Week reports.
American Morning wants to know: Would you change jobs if you could?
Post your thoughts here and let us know what you think. Your answer could be read on American Morning.