Tonight, President Bush will deliver his final speech on the State of the Union. Tomorrow it's Florida for the Republicans. Next week, for both parties, it's Super Tuesday in more than 20 states around the country. As we preview those events, we also get a report on how Americans feel about the nation's place in the world and its ability to control its own destiny. Also, Senator Kennedy endorses Barack Obama, and a big American spy satellite has lost power and it could hit the Earth in the next few weeks. We hear what that could mean.
Presidential Politics in a Time of Transition
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South Carolina, Florida and the State of the Union
President Bush will deliver his last State of the Union address tonight, trying to be heard over the din of the presidential campaigns . With his approval ratings down in...
In a Blow to Clinton, Ted Kennedy Endorses Obama
Senator Edward Kennedy is a mainstay of the liberal Democratic establishment, but today he gave his endorsement to the self-styled "outsider," first-term Senator Barack...