[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/POLITICS/07/09/jesse.jackson.comment/art.jackson.wls.jpg caption="The Rev. Jesse Jackson apologized to Sen. Obama's campaign Wednesday over "hurtful" remarks."]
The Reverend Jesse Jackson is in damage control mode tonight after apologizing for trash-talking Senator Barack Obama. On Sunday, at a Fox News station, he thought his microphone was off when he made some "crude and hurtful" comments. Here's what he said, "See Barack, been um, talking down to black people on his faith based... and I want to cut his __ off" (I wish I could fill in the blank, but I'm told I have to keep this PG for the kids. I bet you can figure it out). His own son, who's co-chair of the Obama campaign, is firing back. We'll have the fallout tonight on 360. Do you think Jackson's comments could hurt Obama?
Also tonight, is the prophet Warren Jeffs dying?
He's in a Las Vegas hospital. He was flown there by helicopter after suffering convulsions in his jail cell. What could this mean for his thousands of polygamist followers? 360's Gary Tuchman will have the latest.
And, in Crime & Punishment tonight, JonBenet Ramsey's family exonerated. New DNA tests show they didn't kill her. So, who did? Who have been the suspects? Do you think the murder will ever be solved?
All this and more tonight on 360°.
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