Did you hear that Tiger Woods is returning to golf next month? He’ll be back at the Masters, where he’ll try to snag the green jacket for a fifth time. Tonight, we’ll bring you up to speed on his comeback, his breakdown and his recovery. Is sex addiction a disease or an excuse? And is pro golf addicted to tiger woods? What do experts think? What do you think? Weigh in on our live blog during the program tonight.
Also tonight, the back story and the possible fallout from the latest hardball maneuver in the health care battle. Democrats are now considering using a legislative tactic called “deem and pass” to push health care reform through the House. Both parties have used the maneuver in the past. But is it also a way for Democrats to avoid accountability for their vote? Republicans are crying foul. Do they have a point? Are Democrats and President Obama breaking promises? We’ll let you be the judge. We're keeping them honest.
In Crime & Punishment, the deepening sexual abuse scandal that has shaken the Catholic Church continues to be met with silence from Pope Benedict XVI. New allegations of sexual abuse by priests in Germany are raising new questions about what the pontiff knew during his years as a bishop – and what he was doing back then to protect children. Vatican officials are defending the pope, but the pressure keeps building. We’ll hear from John Allen, CNN's Senior Vatican analyst and the Correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter.
Plus, we’ll tell you about a new combat rule change that many U.S. troops believe will keep them safer and make them more effective in battle zones. Tonight you’ll meet a former Army captain who was charged with detainee abuse under the old rule. Sen. Lindsay Graham says the former captain’s case should be re-examined in light of the changes to the policy announced today by General Petraeus. We’ll explain what all of this means.
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