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July 28th, 2010
08:32 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.

6:10AM Jeffrey Toobin, CNN Senior Legal Analyst, on the injunction against the controversial Arizona immigration law.

6:40AM Doug Inkley, Sr. Scientist, National Wildlife Federation, on where the oil has gone – and whether the danger has passed?

7:40AM Sheriff Larry Dever, of Cochise County, AZ, and Sheriff Clarence Dupnik of Pima County, AZ, will discuss their differing views of the Arizona immigration bill – and what they think of the injunction.

7:50AM Scott Stanley, co-author, "Fighting For Your Marriage," on the right and wrong ways to fight – and how it could improve your relationship.

8:40AM Aryn Baker, Afghanistan bureau chief, Time Magazine, on their cover story "What Happens If We Leave Afghanistan?"

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  1. susan

    Poor Oscar, the illegal alien. How about a few stories of the hell American citizens are going through because of millions like Poor Oscar who literally steal benefits and resources and jobs from our own children and that also is no fault of American children. Not everyone can be an exception to the rule of law.

    July 29, 2010 at 7:36 am |
  2. Joan

    Instead of reporting the good news about the Gulf oil spill, you guys are again focussing on any negative aspect you can find. The Coast Guard, Navy, thousands of workers and volunteers and especially Admiral Allen deserve a lot of credit and thanks for the remarkable job they have done. Admiral Allen is an experienced, intelligent and very capable leader and all those people who said the government wasn't involved and there was no point man in the Gulf should be ashamed of themselves. Fear mongering again. Now they do have to worry about that other "orphan" well that was hit by a barge as well as all of the other oil that spills naturally every day into the Gulf but they have effectively cleaned up the surface oil and the natural effects of the ocean should help tremendously with the residual oil underneath. As far as dispersants go, could the media please make up its mind. Weeks ago you ran stories almost 24/7 about piles of dispersants that were sitting not being used and you criticized them for not using more. Also, this gentleman you interviewed this morning is obviously very negative about the whole situation given his affiliation. How about interviewing some clever scientists who have some positive things to say. Just sayin'.

    July 29, 2010 at 7:06 am |
  3. Smith in Oregon

    Reams of Afghanistan and Pakistan Military documents posted on Wikileaks show that Bush-Cheney deliberately aided and supported with Billions of American taxpayer dollars a known terrorist organization (Pakistani ISI) and a sponsor of State Terrorism (Pakistan) while telling the world that America would attack any nation in the world that supported Terrorist Organizations and State Terrorism, making Bush-Cheney the biggest hypocrites on earth and likely the most corrupt administration America has ever had in its entire history.

    July 29, 2010 at 5:29 am |