Washington (CNN) - In the latest episode of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN's daily video political podcast, the dynamics of the 2008 presidential race take center stage.
Suzanne Malveaux reports on Sen. John Kerry's endorsement of Sen. Barack Obama.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson announced Thursday that he was ending his presidential bid after disappointing results in the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primaries. Wolf Blitzer speaks with Richardson about his decision to bow out. Dan Lothian also takes a look at the trend of more experienced candidates not faring well as well as their less experienced rivals so far in the 2008 presidential race.
Allan Chernoff reports on the mortgage crisis and how it may impact the White House race.
Will New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg join the presidential race? Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider takes a look at how Bloomberg's entry might impact the 2008 race and potentially hurt the Democratic Party's chances of retaking 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Finally, Wolf Blitzer tells you which headlines on CNN's Political Ticker are drawing the most comments from readers.
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–CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart