(CNN) – Americans have plenty to say when it comes to politics. We wanted to try something a little different to tap into the feelings of everyday Americans, by catching up with them during their commute home.
Our Jim Acosta caught the train with eight New Yorkers to get their thoughts on some hot topics.
(CNN) – Democratic congressional leaders Wednesday demanded Republicans join them in condemning a spate of threats and vandalism that has followed Sunday's vote on a sweeping overhaul of the U.S. health care system.
One of the Democrats who says he's been a victim of that "health care hate" is Virginia Rep. Tom Perriello. He joined us on Thursday's American Morning to share his story.
(CNN) – There was a small health care victory for Republicans overnight. The Senate, plowing through a mountain of GOP amendments, hit a procedural pothole.
Two flaws in the health care "fixes" will send the bill back to the House for another vote. It comes as the health care conversation turns ugly, with House Democrats becoming the targets of harassment, vandalism and even death threats.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is calling on both parties to condemn threats and harassment of House members. He joined us on Thursday's American Morning.
(CNN) – Small businesses are weighing the pros and cons of health care reform. President Obama will be in Iowa today to try and explain what the new law means for them.
As our Ted Rowlands shows us, for some, it could be the difference between keeping the doors open and boarding up the windows.