Tonight on 360°, and for the next couple of nights, Anderson is reporting live from New Orleans for an up close look at how the city is doing five years after Hurricane Katrina. We're live from what's being called the Ninth Ward's Field of Dreams, a planned community track and football field. Nearly $1.5 million has been raised to build it. You'll hear from the high school teacher who's working to make this dream come true.
Also tonight, we have an update on our 'Keeping them Honest' investigation regarding Craigslist sex ads. The web site executives say they monitor them closely. We found that wasn't the case. Now 17 states are demanding action by Craigslist and they're crediting our reporting for bringing awareness to the problem.
We also have the latest on last night's primaries. Sarah Palin came out the big winner. She was potentially five-for-five in endorsements last night. The only one left in limbo is the U.S. Senate race in Alaska where Joe Miller, who has the support of Palin and the Tea Party, is leading incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski by nearly 1500 votes, 50.8 percent to 49.2 percent. But those results are not final, because mail-in and absentee ballots still need to be counted.
"It ain't over yet," vowed Murkowski today.
Gary Tuchman has the raw politics of Palin's growing power. And we'll dig deeper with CNN political contributors on the left and right, James Carville and Ed Rollins.
See you at 10 p.m. eastern for these stories and much more
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