Here are the big stories on the agenda today:
- It's the part of President Obama's prime time news conference – that will have everyone talking today. The president going off topic to address the arrest of Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates at his own home, saying police "acted stupidly." Today we're also hearing from the arresting officer himself – and we're live in Washington on the president's reaction.
- We’re also breaking down his health care plan. A campaign-style trip planned today after his urgent pitch last night. But does this work for you? How much will it cost you and your country? We’ll have a panel of experts break down every important detail, get GOP reaction from Rudy Giuliani, and hear from one of the president’s closest advisers, David Axelrod
- Dramatic developments in the Michael Jackson death investigation. Police raid the office of the doctor who was with Jackson when he died. The attorney for Dr. Conrad Murray now says investigators are building a case of manslaughter against him.