Having spent the day at a lake on Prince Edward Island yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, are now on their sixth day of their tour of Canada.
The couple is set to visit Yellowknife today in the Northwest Territories, where they are expected to take part in a street hockey game and attend a session of Youth Parliament.
Carolyn Harris, royal historian from Queens University, joins Ali Velshi and Christine Romans this morning to talk about the highlights of the couple's trip and to discuss the sensation that their visit has become in Canada.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former managing director of the International Monetary Fund, faces new challenges this week with French writer Tristane Banon accusing him of attempted rape in a 2003 incident. Strauss-Kahn has filed countercharges against Banon for "false declarations,"' a lawyer for DSK told CNN Monday.
This news comes amidst reports that the Manhattan DA's case against Strauss-Kahn seems to be crumbling due to credibility issues with the hotel maid who has accused him of rape.
Elaine Sciolino, New York Times Paris correspondent, discusses what Strauss-Kahn is facing politically and what impact these scandals have had on French culture on American Morning today.
Bouncing off reports that President Obama and Speaker Boehner will be having their own "golf summit" on Saturday, our anchors gear up this morning for a round of putt and pass!
Joined by John Avlon, Newsweek columnist, and Mike Walker, senior editor at Golf Magazine, Kiran and Christine discuss the importance of relationship building and problem solving through golf, tracing the historical role the game has played for Presidents as they negotiate deals and legislation ideas.
Parents are consistently faced with an array of issues when dealing with the health of their children, yet most fail to consider how their child's diet plays a role in virtually every childhood problem.
Kelly Dorfman, nutritionist and author of "What's Eating Your Child," talks with Kiran Chetry this morning about the connections between food and childhood ailments like ear infections, learning disabilities, anxiety, insomnia and more.
Big decisions need to be made on Capitol Hill this week, as Vice President Biden resumes budget talks with top lawmakers today. Just a couple of weeks ago, the Federal Government maxed-out its credit, and the White House wants to bump up its spending limits, but the Republicans have so far been rejecting that request.
Conservative Republicans, including the powerful Club for Growth, are demanding more than spending cuts – they want other reforms including a balanced-budget amendment. One of the items Democrats want off of the table in any deal is Ryan's "Medicare" proposal.
Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), member of the budget committee, joins Christine Romans this morning, to discuss balancing the budget and why he is not optimistic about the upcoming Biden talks.