[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/07/28/art.mccainbandaid.ap.jpg caption="John McCain is wearing a bandage after a mole was removed from his head."]Maureen Miller
John McCain is facing new questions about his health. Today the presumptive Republican presidential nominee had a mole-like growth removed from his cheek. The campaign says the doctor doesn't think it's anything, but the skin was removed as a precautionary measure. A biopsy will be done. McCain has a history of skin cancer. Tonite on 360°, we'll look at the medical and political implications.
We're also looking at McCain and Barack Obama's suspected ties to lobbyists. The way McCain tells it, he's your guy in Washington fighting the influence of big businesses and their lobbyists. But is he? And, what about all that money Obama has collected for his campaign? He's made an unprecedented pledge: No money from lobbyists. But what about big business? We've got the raw politics.
Also tonight, Anderson's deep sea adventure with great white sharks (cue the theme song from "Jaws). He was diving off the coast of South Africa for our latest Planet in Peril investigation. It's an under water journey Anderson will likely never forget. It's our shot of the day, tonight on 360°.
All that and more tonight at 10 p.m. eastern.
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