Tonight on 360°, we have breaking news from Capitol Hill on the negotiations to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." A procedural vote was postponed tonight so Democrats could get more Republican support.
Can Democrats get more GOP support? We'll talk it over with CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash, Democratic Strategist Paul Begala and Nancy Pfotenhauer, who is a former senior adviser to the McCain 2008 presidential campaign.
Also on Capitol Hill, Rep. Hal Rogers, R-Kentucky will be the new chairman of the Congressional committee that decides how tax dollars.
But Keeping them Honest, he’s being called one of the biggest money-wasters in Congress. Rogers has earned the title "Prince of Pork" because of earmarks he's pushed through worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
As you might suspect, some of those who've been railing against government pork are now happy with Roger's new job title.
And, in crime and punishment, there are new developments on the legal fight facing polygamist leader Warren Jeffs. The self-proclaimed prophet was in a Texas courtroom today asking a judge to delay his bigamy and sexual assault case. The judge denied that request.
The charges are linked to that raid two years ago on the Yearning for Zion Ranch in Eldorado, Texas. 400 children were removed from the ranch. Authorities feared some of the children had been sexually abused.
Most of the children returned to the ranch, but some of them men - including Jeffs - were charged with various crimes.
360's Gary Tuchman confronted Jeffs outside the courtroom today. Don't miss his report.
Join us for more on this story and tonight's other big stories at 10 p.m. ET on CNN. See you then.
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