Hey, all. Whew! It's a busy night here in the newsroom. We're working hard to bring you the news. I know... I know... it sounds like something Ron Burgandy would say in "Anchorman". Ha!! But, it's true.
Here are some of tonight's stories:
Rising water. More levees are at the breaking point along the Mississippi River. More homes and farms are damaged. CNN's Gary Tuchman & Dan Simon are in the flood zone. They'll have the latest developments in live reports tonight on 360°.
Also, Michelle Obama's morning... up close. She was on "The View". Did she win over voters? And, what about Cindy McCain? She's taking issue with Michelle Obama's patriotism. We've got the raw politics.
Plus, we're on the trail covering Obama's head scarf controversy. Did his campaign cross the line?
Also tonight, as friends and family say goodbye to Tim Russert we look at the 'silent killer' that took his life. Get information on heart disease that may save your life.
Hope you'll join us at 10pm ET. It's time to get back to writing pages for the newscast. Later!
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