Will Democratic Convention Rekindle Obama's Momentum?

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The Democrats are gathering in Denver, getting ready to nominate the first African American candidate for President. But history aside, the Dems have their work cut out for them; the polls are showing a close race. Guest host Judy Muller discusses the challenges facing the Obama campaign as it looks for a boost from the Vice Presidential pick and a convention that could prove to be unconventional. Also, Russia begins withdrawing from Georgia, leaving  "peace-keepers" behind, and at the Olympics, Jamaicans are tearing up the track as new questions arise over the age of Chinese gymnasts.



Judy Muller