Conservatives are suspicious of John McCain and evangelicals have problems with Mitt Romney's Mormon religion. Rudi Giuliani leads Republican polls. Has the base of the party softened on social issues, or is that a temporary phenomenon? Plus, Democrat John Edwards says he'll continue his presidential campaign despite his wife's continuing battle with cancer and, on Reporter's Notebook, we talk with New Mexico's Democratic Governor Bill Richardson about his race for presidency.
The Changing Face of Presidential Politics
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Governor Bill Richardson Eyes the White House
Bill Richardson has an extraordinary resume. ongressman; Secretary of Energy; Ambassador to the UN; now, Governor of New Mexico . Unofficially, he's been a successful...
8 min, 37 sec
Edwards to Stay in Race despite Wife's Recurring Cancer
In Chapel Hill, North Carolina today, Elizabeth Edwards announced the return of cancer, saying it's incurable but treatable. Former Senator John Edwards said that means his...
5 min, 59 sec