[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/WORLD/americas/07/01/honduras.coup.OAS/art.honduras.unrest.afp.gi.jpg caption="Zelaya's supporters burn tires Monday near the presidential palace in Tegucigalpa."]
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More details are emerging about how Michael Jackson’s family is preparing to honor the famous star. Jackson’s body will be taken to his Neverland Ranch on tomorrow morning for a public viewing at some point in the next week. We’re also hearing details about a private memorial service on Sunday at Neverland. Reports say that Jackson’s may be filed today in Los Angeles County. Anderson is in Los Angeles and will have the latest tonight.
Meanwhile, more information is being revealed about Michael Jackson’s health. A nutritionist and nurse practitioner who says she worked with the singer told Anderson last night that Jackson suffered severe bouts of insomnia and pleaded for a powerful sedative despite knowing its harmful effects. Dr. Sanjay Gupta will explain the causes and effects of insomnia and the impact of certain sedatives on a body.
Later on today, President Obama will hold a national discussion on health care through an online town hall meeting in Virginia today. Do you plan on tuning in? He’ll field questions from the live audience, but also from people on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. What would you ask him?
And there’s a lot going on in Honduras this week. On Sunday, President Manuel Zelaya was ousted by a military-led coup while he was still in pajamas. Troops entered his home and sent him into exile, flying him to Costa Rica. The Organization of American States (OAS) has condemned the coup and Zelaya says he plans on returning to Honduras tomorrow. But the interim leader of the country says that if Zelaya returns he will be arrested. All this could make for quite a showdown tomorrow and it’s still unclear how involved neighboring countries – not to mention the U.S. - will be. Karl Penhaul will have the latest on this story for us tonight.
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