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June 27th, 2010
08:37 PM ET

The Teaser

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

6:40AM Diane Brady, Senior Editor, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, on the Financial Reform bill up for vote this week. How will it affect the average consumer?

7:40AM Senator Jeff Sessions, (R) Alabama, on his concerns about Supreme Court Justice Nominee Elena Kagan.

8:40AM Jeffrey Toobin, CNN Senior Legal Analyst, on what we can expect from Kagan's confirmation hearings, and what rulings might come down from the Supreme Court on the final day of its term.

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  1. wolfgang

    Re: Sessions from Alabama (that should tell you how his mind is set) on Kagan ..He is speaking out on both sides of his mouth. He should have been long gone out of Congress. Been there too long!!! Still living and thinking in the years gone by. Sure I believe in "experience", but you have to be flexible with the "times". His time has surely passed. We need fresh brain matter, not just the same old stale fodder.

    I think Sessions believe that women should remain just a "step" behind "men".,. He didn't make it when he tried, so why should a woman get there before him. Move on!~!!

    June 28, 2010 at 7:57 am |
  2. Smith in Oregon

    Congratulations on Turkey's decision to close ALL Turkish Airspace to Israel. Turkey would do well to purchase several Russian made S-300 anti-aircraft missile batterys for protecting it's country in case Israel decides to retaliate against a NATO country again.

    Attacking a NATO flagged ship in International Waters is in International Law and NATO treaty's the same thing as an attack upon the very country of that ship's flag, namely Turkey which is a NATO member. The NATO treaty calls upon all other NATO countrys to hold Israel fully accountable for its attack upon a NATO member.

    Turkey should now warn America that any further killings of Turkish civilians by Israel and Turkey will close it's airspace to America and it's borders to the US Military convoys carrying war supplys to Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Kyrgyzstan should follow with closing it's airbase to America's refueling tanker fleet used to refuel fighter jets over Afghanistan.

    June 28, 2010 at 4:45 am |
  3. Bill Foster

    I was wondering if you our going to report on the 1.2 million unemployed people that lost their insurance, Without the insurance I will not be able to pay my rent or have gas money to go fill out applications or interviews. I think it is interesting how much time media spend on the Bank bail outs the oil spill. I guess 1.2 million people being homeless in two weeks when they can not pay rent is not news.

    June 28, 2010 at 3:49 am |
  4. Smith in Oregon

    Another tourist to that Gulf States region reported today 'having eaten crude oil contaminated Oysters and shellfish, he experienced food poisoning and 6 hours of explosive diarrhea'. His airplane flight back from his vacation in Louisiana was entirely eventful with much of his in air time spent in the bathroom.

    June 27, 2010 at 9:17 pm |