Tonight, there are signs that the race for the democratic nomination could be over soon. The Obama campaign announced new support from seven superdelegates today - including one who had been backing Clinton. Clinton still has the superdelegate lead but only by a small, and shrinking, margin.
After years of doors slamming in his face, Gary Tuchman is invited inside an FLDS home. Check out Gary’s blog about this rare look at family values in Warren Jeffs’ polygamous sect.
Erica Hill reports on the growing food crisis here in this country. Food prices are rising fast and with more and more people in need, food banks just can’t keep up with the demand. Take a look at Erica’s blog for a sneak peek.
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