[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/CRIME/06/30/burglary.shooting.ap/art.burglary.horn.khou.jpg caption="Joe Horn shot and killed two men last November after he saw them crawl out a neighbor's window"]
Tonight, there are also several developments on the campaign trail. We've got the fallout from Retired Gen. Wesley Clark's comments over the weekend on John McCain. His message: "I don't think riding a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification for being president." Did he go too far?
We're also looking at the phone chat today between Barack & Bill. The two have finally spoken one-on-one. How important is Bill Clinton to the Obama campaign? Do you think he can help or hurt the ticket?
Also tonight, the politics of fear. The McCain camp is talking up the possibility of a terror attack next year. Are they crossing the line? We'll take an up close look.
All that and much more tonight at 10pm ET.
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