"Starting Point" airs its final show today, signing out after over a year of delivering a variety of the latest stories of the day. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
From bringing you the top stories in politics to breaking news across the globe to interviews with celebrities and leaders in government and discussions with panelists of the highest caliber, creating the starting point for your morning news was our top priority at CNN and that of former anchor Soledad O'Brien, who signed off this March.
That commitment to bringing you a round up of fresh stories daily continues in a new direction with "New Day".
Please tune in every weekday morning from 6am to 9am ET on CNN and begin your mornings with Chris Cuomo, Kate Bolduan, and Michaela Pereira on "New Day" every day.
Michaela Pereira is the news anchor for CNN's morning show "New Day" – joining Chris Cuomo and Kate Bolduan – debuting on June 17 from 6-9am ET.
Don Lemon and Christine Romans welcome Michaela this morning on "Starting Point" to share her story.
READ MORE ABOUT MICHAELA: Get to know "New Day" news anchor Michaela Pereira
Historically, Chelsea Clinton has shied away from press but "New Day" co-host Michaela Pereira got a rare chance to sit down with Chelsea to find out what she's up to now.
Pereira met with Chelsea on the second day of the Clinton Global Initiative talks in Chicago, where big thinkers from around the nation are gathering to discuss solutions to big problems.
In their conversation, Chelsea opens up, talking about girl power, her family and the pressure of the Clinton name.
A group of fishermen near the Jersey Shore were shocked when they came face-to-face with a great white shark last weekend. The 16-foot long shark circled their boat for about ten minutes.
We speak to one of the fisherman, Rob Pompilio, this morning over the phone for the full story.
Crews are battling five different fires across the state of Colorado this morning. Some 5,000 people living in an area threatened by the biggest of the fires have been told to leave their homes. That’s near Colorado Springs where the Black Forest Fire is burning right now.
Micki Trost, from the Colorado Office of Emergency Division of Fire Prevention Control, is live from Colorado Springs this morning with the latest developments and what to do if you live in an area prone to these situations. "Have your preparedness kits ready to go so that you can be out of your home for three days up to a week if something like this strikes," she says.
If you see a trail of ants in your home, look out. They're not just after crumbs. These little critters may be looking to munch on your electronics. A growing breed of these ants is spreading through Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida.
John Berman explains on “Starting Point” this morning.
This morning, there's new speculation about whether Hillary Clinton will actually run in 2016. It was triggered by her social media debut, more like three letters on Twitter.
Clinton’s new Twitter bio fuels talk about a presidential run all because it includes the letters "TBD".
CNN's Brianna Keilar is live at the White House with the details.
CNN is learning more about NSA leaker Edward Snowden's life before the leak, when he lived an unassuming life in Hawaii, sharing a home with his girlfriend.
Miguel Marquez is tracing the timeline, leading up to Snowden's sudden departure to Hong Kong.
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Calling it "the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone," Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday unveiled an operating system for iPhones and iPads that will radically overhaul how users' touchscreens look.
The new system, iOS 7, was part of a two-hour presentation that included refreshed MacBook Airs, the announcement of an iTunes Radio streaming-music service and a sneak peek at a new Mac Pro that will be the most powerful computer Apple has ever made.
READ MORE: Apple refreshes Macs and iOS, unveils iTunes Radio
A world-renowned cancer specialist is accused of poisoning the coffee of her lover and fellow doctor with a chemical found in anti-freeze.
CNN's Ed Lavandera is following this bizarre live in Houston.
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