Times Square car bomb scare - Law enforcement officials early Monday pored through evidence, including a 20-second video, after a failed car bombing attempt in Times Square over the weekend. The video released by authorities showed an image of a man, who police say is possibly connected to the attempted bombing, changing his shirt along a New York street. A balding man with dark hair is seen removing a shirt and putting it in a bag before walking out of the camera's view from inside a restaurant. Authorities plan to release another video in the case, New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly told CNN's "American Morning" on Monday in hopes of finding out what happened.
Flooding deaths - Nashville's mayor says his city never has seen rain like this. It caused record flooding this weekend - more than 1,000 people had to be rescued from high water. The death toll from the storm in Tennessee and Mississippi is said to be as high as 15. The storm, is continuing to cause havoc, bringing heavy rain to Georgia and delaying flights at the Atlanta airport. CNN will follow the storm and bring you the latest on any alerts or travel problems as they happen.
Gulf oil spill - Energy company BP says it will pay all necessary cleanup costs for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which continues to pose a large threat to the area. Cost estimates already run into the billions of dollars. CNN's reporters will follow the latest on the spill, its environmental impact and bring you any news conference updates live.
We'll also see what impact the spill will have on proposed policies to expand offshore drilling and what people are saying about the federal response to the disaster.
Iranian president in New York- The United Nations is hoping that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad uses his appearance Monday at a global gathering on disarmament to reassure other nations that his country's nuclear aspirations are peaceful. But Ahmadinejad, after his arrival on Sunday, said Iran did not need to gain the trust of the West. Ahmadinejad is scheduled to speak to delegates from more than 100 nations shortly after the Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons opens at U.N. headquarters Monday morning. We'll monitor his remarks and bring them to you live.