With the presidential primaries just six months away, Clinton continues to lead Obama and Edwards, but Republicans aren't even close to picking a favorite. We talk about candidates, issues and the prospects for change between now and January of next year. Also, Fed Chair Ben Bernanke on sub-prime mortgage rates and, on Reporter's Notebook, after Britain expelled four Russian diplomats, Russia has responded in kind, saying it's now "impossible" to cooperate against terror.
Sizing Up the Race for the Presidency
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Russian-British Tit-for-Tat, Where Will It End?
Russia has expelled four British diplomats from Moscow just three days after the UK sent four Russians home. It's tit-for-tat over the poisoning death of a former Russian...
Fed Chief Speaks Out on Economy and Sub-Prime Plunge
On Federal Reserve Chairman's Ben Bernanke's second day of testimony before a committee of Congress, he had more to say about the problem of sub-prime mortgages. The Fed...