Wins in both Indiana and North Carolina tomorrow could wrap things up for Barack Obama, but Hillary Clinton's doing well enough to make both states unpredictable. We look at the impact of Reverend Wright, the "gas tax holiday" and other issues. Also, tens of thousands killed when Myanmar is hit by a deadly cyclone, and another high-profile racehorse had to be put down Saturday after the Kentucky Derby, leading to demands for change in selective breeding.
Will Tomorrow's Primaries Finally Seal the Deal?
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Cyclone Death Toll in Myanmar Could Rise
Myanmar, the country once known as Burma, has been struck by a cyclone with winds exceeding 120 miles an hour. The death toll may rise above 10,000. Pam Sitko, emergency...
Tar Heels and Hoosiers Head to the Polls
Over the weekend, Barack Obama won Guam's Democratic delegates by seven points, but it's been weeks since he posted a big victory. He once called Indiana primary the "tie...