Here are the big stories on the agenda today:
- Breaking news. A New York City hospital says a 16 month-old-boy died there late last night with flu-like symptoms. The CDC is coming in to determine if the baby had swine flu. People in masks were packing the waiting room there yesterday. We're live outside the hospital.
- President Obama today announcing a national standard for car emissions – a tough new assault on greenhouse gasses. The administration is expected to require new cars or trucks be 30% "cleaner" and more fuel efficient by 2016. The CNN Money Team is breaking down what that means for your next buy and for the struggling auto industry's bottom line.
- CIA Director Leon Panetta says he's confident Pakistan has a "pretty secure" nuclear arsenal, even though the U.S. doesn't know the exact location of all its warheads. It's something U.S. Intel is watching closely with Pakistan at war with the Taliban.
- Donald Rumsfeld revealed. Accusations that he botched everything from the battle for hearts and minds – to the response to Katrina. GQ Magazine says it’s obtained top-secret Iraq war documents that contain biblical passages on the cover sheets. How much damage did the former defense chief really do to his boss's legacy? We'll talk to the reporter who broke this story.
- Saying goodbye to the Hubble telescope – for good. Astronauts on Space Shuttle Atlantis will gently toss it back into earth’s orbit this morning, after five successful spacewalks to repair it. Human hands will never touch it again. NASA hopes the repairs will allow Hubble to keep exploring the universe until it's replaced in 2014.
- Hoping for another strong sign that the economy has "bottomed out." Monthly data on new home construction is due out before the start of trading today. The CNN Money Team will be here to break down the numbers at 8:30 eastern.