President Obama will unveil a plan today to cut the deficit by $3 trillion over the next decade. A large part of the proposal is expected to be based on raising taxes on Americans making more than $1 million a year.
Yesterday, Senator Lindsay Graham said that the President's tax plan would create "class warfare."
Today on American Morning, CNN contributors John Avlon and Errol Louis respond to this comment and explain the President's proposal. They also discuss their new book, "Deadline Artists: America's Greatest Newspaper Columns," in which they offer a compilation of iconic newspaper columns from legends like Hunter S. Thompson, Art Buchwald and William F. Buckley.
Popular hip hop artist and actor Common can now add 'author' to his resume.
Common is out with a memoir, "One Day It'll All Make Sense" which is a personal account of his journey from the South Side of Chicago to the celebrity life he currently leads.
Common talks to American Morning about the pages of his new memoir.
From movie stars to the country's most wanted criminals. We're getting a new look at some of the FBI's most closely guarded secrets. Why has the U.S. not suffered another attack since 9/11? Who went to visit Marilyn Monroe right before her death? What really happened in the days leading up to the death of Vincent Foster, the deputy White House Counsel during the Clinton Administration?
The answer to those questions are all being revealed in Ronald Kessler's new book "The Secrets of the FBI." Kessler talks with Carol Costello this morning on American Morning and takes viewers behind the closed doors of the FBI's mysterious training centers and labs.
Kitty Pilgrim, former CNN anchor, has just authored a new book called "The Explorer's Code," a page turning thriller that takes the reader from the Norwegian arctic to an archaeological dig in Turkey and beyond in search of a valuable land deed.
Pilgrim joins American Morning today to talk about the process of writing the novel and how much of the book's plot is drawn from her own experience working at CNN.
"The Explorer's Code" is set to hit stores today.
ICE-T may be the original gangster rapper but he is also an actor in NBC’s "Law and Order SVU" as well as an author.
His latest book, “ICE: A Memoir of Gangster Life and Redemption—From South Central to Hollywood”, is a personal account of his life and career and hit shelves Tuesday.
ICE-T speaks to Ali Velshi and Christine Romans about his new book and about life as a rapper, husband and motivational speaker.