On Tuesday, Vice President Joe Biden will be in The Situation Room - and we want you to be a part of the interview. What question do you have for the vice president? Submit your videos to www.ireport.com/situationroom. Then watch The Situation Room Tuesday to see your questions answered.
Submit your questions here.
The oath of office flub wasn't the only Inauguration Day snafu: Thousands of ticket-holders were trapped in a tunnel just yards away from the site of President Obama's swearing-in. Already, more than three thousand have joined the "Survivors of the Purple Tunnel of Doom" Facebook group - and many have posted images of their experience on iReport.com.
Were you a purple ticket-holder? Share your Inauguration Day experience on
It's a given that most people in the United States are glued to their TV screens right now, as President Barack Obama just took the oath of office. But the rest of the world is watching, too. We're receiving iReports from all around the globe.
A group of college students studying abroad in Rabat, Morocco, sent this photo of themselves gathered to watch the ceremony. "We had to beg to be able to set the television up and we are so glad we are able to watch," they wrote in their iReport.
In Mexico, people gathered at the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara are crowded around a TV and sent this picture.
Marsha Narayan is watching in Guyana and says "we're all glued in to the broadcast."
Keep the photos coming! We want to know how you're experiencing history.
(CNN) - Here's your chance to be in The Situation Room. Wednesday, Bill Gates will be our guest. What questions do you have about the economy for one of the richest men in the world?
Send us your questions on video, and be sure to keep them clear and concise. We'll pick the best ones to be used on air.
(CNN) - CNN senior political analyst Bill Schneider celebrates Thanksgiving by awarding his "Top 10 Political Turkeys" to the biggest political blunders of the year.
And we want you to join the fun. Which political figures embarrassed themselves above and beyond the call of duty?
Name your political turkeys in a short video, then tune in to "The Situation Room" on Wednesday and compare your picks to Bill's list.
Submit your pick for political turkey of the year here.
(CNN) - Wolf Blitzer interviews Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin Wednesday in The Situation Room, and you can be a part of it.
If you've for any questions for the former Republican vice presidential candidate, CNN is giving you the chance to ask them.
Fire up your camera and upload your video question for Palin here.
Watch Palin take your questions this Wednesday in The Situation Room.
(CNN) - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will head over to the CNN Grill shortly to sit down for an interview, but it’s not just any interview. It’s the first-ever Digg Dialogg, a collaboration between Digg and iReport to put questions from online communities in front of people we’d all like to talk to.
It went like this: contributors to iReport.com and Digg.com submitted questions for Pelosi over the past two days, and the Digg community voted for their favorites. The top questions from that online vote, not from a reporter or editor, will be the ones the Speaker answers tonight.
You can watch the whole thing live on CNN.com/live tonight between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. ET. Follow cnndotcomlive on Twitter to keep up with the latest schedule of live events.
(CNN)–Now you can be in "The Situation Room!” Former Governor and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be our guest Wednesday. He’s now a top supporter of Sen. John McCain and is often mentioned as a vice presidential candidate. What do you think? Submit your video questions to Mitt Romney on the economy and we'll have him answer some.
Click here to send us your questions on video, and be sure to keep them clear and concise. Your videos could be used on air–and your views a part of the best political team on TV.
(CNN)–Former Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt will be a guest Thursday in “The Situation Room.” She was rescued last week after being held hostage in the jungle for 6 ½ years. What questions do you have for her about her time in captivity and what she’s going to do now? Submit your video questions and we’ll ask her some of them.
Be sure to keep your questions clear and concise and put them on video! Then watch “The Situation Room” Thursday to see if you made the cut.