Here's a look at tomorrow's rundown:
Today at the Pump
It feels like everyday the price of gas inches a little bit higher. No doubt the increase is having an impact on everyday life. Research shows that the average household is spending $1,000 more per year on gas than it did five years ago. Tomorrow, we'll take a look at all the ways these rising prices are draining your pockets.
Stick To Party Lines?
As the '08 election heats up, the pressure will be on the candidates to define their positions. Already in the debates, we have seen the Republican candidate cautiously support the President while still distinctively distancing themselves. We'll look at the mechanics of political party alignment tomorrow morning.
Is it Healthy or Not Healthy?
It's fair to say that the average woman considers the nutritional value before she takes a bite or swig of anything. But are you really eating food that's good for you? Tomorrow, Dr. Nancy Snyderman and nutritionist Joy Bauer will tell us the biggest nutritional mistakes that women make.
Check back later to see which stories stick, which move and which get shelved for a later day.