Tonight on AC360 °, more of our investigation into President Obama's birth and conspiracy theories surrounding it.
You'll hear from Donald Trump who believes the president was not born in this country and even believes his original birth certificate is missing.
It's tough talk from Trump with no facts. We can say that because we sent a team to Hawaii to find the facts. Our team spent five days interviewing dozens of people, including the former director of Hawaii's Department of Health, a Republican, who actually looked at Barack Obama's original 1961 birth certificate in storage.
Tonight you'll hear from a professor at the University of Hawaii who taught President Obama's mother. The current governor of Hawaii is also speaking out and others.
We'll also look at why President Obama isn't releasing his original birth certificate to the public to stop all this speculation. It's all tied to Raw Politics.
Do you think the president should release his original birth certificate? Share your thoughts below.
Also tonight, the crackdown in Syria. There was more gunfire today and there were more troops in the streets of Darra. There's talk of possible sanctions.
"The brutal violence being used by the government of Syria against its own people is abhorrent, and deplorable, and the U.S. condemns it in the strongest terms," said Susan Rice, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.
"The outrageous use of violence to quell protests must come to an end, and now," she added.
But observers believe Syria is determined to crush the civil unrest. Human rights groups estimate more than 400 people have been killed since the protests began last month. CNN cannot independently confirm that number, because the Syrian government has not granted us access to the country.
Demonstrators want regime reform. They're unhappy with President Bashar al-Assad's government.
On state-run television, the regime calls the protesters "armed criminal groups" and said government soldiers are working to stop them.
We'll also have a live report from London where the countdown is on to Friday's royal wedding. Tonight we'll look at the influence Princess Diana had on her son, the groom, Prince William. He was just 15 years old when she was killed in a car crash in Paris in 1997.
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET on CNN.
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