(CNN)— The political world - inside and outside New York, Republican and Democratic - was rocked Monday by reports of New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer's involvement in a prostitution ring.
In the latest episode of CNN=Politics Daily, Mary Snow reports on the Spitzer scandal and Kelli Arena reports on the ongoing criminal investigation into the prostitution ring that has ensnared Spitzer and his political career.
Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley is on the campaign trail in Jackson, Mississippi and reports on how Sen. Barack Obama has responded to the Clinton campaign's repeated suggestions that he would make a suitable vice presidential running mate to Sen. Clinton.
Suzanne Malveaux is also out on the trail in Pennsylvania - the next big delegate prize in the Democratic race. But, before Pennsylvania's primaries, the Democratic Party is looking back to past primaries in Florida and Michigan. Malveaux explains what the party may do to allow delegates from both states to participate in the convention and play a role in deciding whether Clinton or Obama will face off against Sen. John McCain.
Finally, Dana Bash reports on McCain's comments Monday about his health.
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–CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart