Here are the big stories on the agenda today:
- A chilling timeline laid out, drug after drug... after drug, with Michael Jackson pleading and demanding more. Court documents obtained by CNN show the coroner in Los Angeles found a fatal dose of the powerful knockout drug Propofol killed Jackson and Jackson’s own doctor gave it to him. There are reports his death could be ruled a homicide.
- Swine flu could cause up to 90,000 deaths in the U.S alone this fall. That's what a new government report says. The victims – mainly children and young adults. It also finds the H1N1 virus could infect up to half of the country during this year's flu season. We'll tell you how to protect your family.
- He's the man who's been trying to navigate us out of a recession, that started almost two years ago and printed up a trillion new dollars to do it. And today President Obama's expected to nominate Ben Bernanke to another term as Fed Chief. The CNN Money Team tells us what this could mean for your bottom line.
- The attorney general investigating the CIA. Did Bush-era interrogation tactics break the law? A classified report from 2004 came out that said at least one terror detainee was threatened with a gun and a power drill. It doesn’t get more inside than our guests on the topic: CNN National Security Contributor and former Homeland Security Adviser to President Bush, Fran Townsend and former CIA Officer Peter Brookes.