Tonight, the last Democratic match-up before the Pennsylvania primary. Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama debated in Philadelphia and by the second question Obama had to explain, yet again, just what he meant when he told campaign donors at a San Francisco-area event 10 days ago that small-town Pennsylvania residents are "bitter" over their economic circumstances and "cling" to their guns and religion. Who won? Who lost? And what impact will it have on the primary next week? The best political team in television will dissect the debate for you.
And we’re continuing our series on the top contenders for the White House with Sen. John McCain. It’s an in-depth look at the presumptive Republican Nominee including what drove him to attempt suicide.
Plus, tomorrow there’s an unprecedented custody hearing in Texas. What will happen to the 416 children removed from the polygamous compound? Anderson’s going to talk to a spokesman from FLDS and a former member.
We’ll be blogging for two hours tonight. We’ll start posting comments at 10p ET and stopping at 12a ET
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