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John McCain and Barack Obama are trading shots, and some brutal ones, over the economy. Each one is firing back at the other over their economic plans. Obama outlined his new energy plan today. He's now says America should dip into the emergency oil reserve. That's a switch from a few weeks ago. He also says he might support offshore drilling. And, he's launched an attack against his opponent's plan. He says McCain has a do-nothing track record on energy. Obama also says McCain puts big oil ahead of you the consumer. We've got the raw politics.
Also tonight, Bill Clinton is back in the spotlight. He's speaking up about Hillary's loss. We'll have an up close look.
We're also tracking Tropical Storm Edouard in the Gulf of Mexico. Will it hit Texas and Louisiana? We'll have the latest.
And, don't miss tonight's shot. Anderson is back from his shark dive off the coast of South Africa and he gives us another look at what he faced in the water.
All that and more tonight on 360°.
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