Buckingham Palace has released the U.S. travel itinerary for the newlywed Royal couple. Prince William and wife Kate will be traveling across the pond to Canada and then Los Angeles this summer, visiting L.A. July 8-10.
Wills and Kate will stay in the Presidential Suite at the Pink Palace Hotel, which will run them $10,800 per night. But, despite the luxurious digs, Kate will be traveling with a modest entourage: a hair-stylist and a personal assistant. The visit will be Kate's first to the U.S.
While in L.A., the two will attend a party hosted by the British Academy of Film and Televsion Arts and Wills will play in a charity polo match in Santa Barbara.
Are you looking forward to the Royals' visit?FULL STORY
The War Powers Resolution is a product of the Vietnam War when Congress believed the President was exerting too much military power. The Resolution requires that Congress approve military action ordered by the President after 60 days of a given military operation.
In the case of the United States' current involvement in Libya, the Congress argues President Obama is in violation of the War Powers Resolution, as the nation has been militarily involved in the North African nation for more than 60 days without the approval of Congress. However, President Obama has argued the U.S. is only in a support role in Libya, without any combat boots on the ground.
So, who is in the right? Professor Matthew Waxman, Associate Professor at Columbia Law School and a Fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the War Powers Resolution with American Morning.FULL STORY
The prosecution's case in the trial of Casey Anthony is wrapping up. On Tuesday, the prosecution brought the tattoo artist responsible for tattooing "Bella Vita" on Anthony's back to the stand; Anthony got the tattoo in the days her daughter, Caylee, was missing. The witness could be the prosecution's last before the defense argues its case. Also on the stand Tuesday was Casey's mother who appeared to mouth "I love you" to her daughter.
The defense team's argument is expected to begin Thursday and to last no longer than two weeks. There is a possibility that Casey Anthony could take the stand during that time. Legal Contributor Sunny Hostin says the defense will need Anthony's testimony in order to bolster its case.
Hostin discusses the case's developments and looks ahead to the defense team's upcoming argument.FULL STORY
(CNN) - Greek police fired tear gas at demonstrators in the capital Athens during protests Wednesday against government plans to slash budgets.FULL STORY
For many of you at home during the recession, you learned how to spend less and pay off your bills.
Unfortunately, the same can't be said for Washington.
The U.S. government recently reached its debt limit, and last week Republican Senator Jeff Sessions, a ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee, used the work of this morning's guest to argue against raising the debt ceiling without deep cuts in federal spending.
Kenneth Rogoff, Professor of Economics at Harvard University, talks to Christine Romans about America's economic recovery. Where does it stand today?FULL STORY
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was the favorite going in to the New Hampshire GOP debate, but was he the favorite coming out?
CNN Senior Political Analyst David Gergen and Political Director for the National Journal Ron Brownstein review Monday's GOP debate with American Morning's Kiran Chetry.FULL STORY