Sarah Palin has fired up the base of the Republican Party, but after recent interviews, even some conservative pundits say she's not qualified to be a heartbeat away from the White House. Tonight, she'll face off with Senator Joe Biden, who's built his own reputation for foot-in-mouth disease. We look at the prospects for a vice-presidential debate that might really matter in next month's election. Also, a second chance for the bailout bill, and airplane wreckage in the High Sierra has renewed the search for millionaire adventurer Steve Fossett, who disappeared 13 months ago.
The Vice Presidential Debate: Will It Matter This Time?
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Wreckage of Fossett's Plane Is Found
Steve Fossett was the first man to circumnavigate the world in a hot-air balloon and the first to fly an airplane solo around the globe without refueling. Last September,...
Is the Second Time the Charm for the Bailout Bill?
Last night the Senate passed its version of economic rescue, a measure that's grown from three pages to 451. President Bush is urging business leaders to lobby the House...