(CNN) - It was a full house on Capitol Hill Thursday with the return of Sens. Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John McCain to Washington, D.C. Dana Bash reports on what the three presidential hopefuls were doing back on the Senate floor.
Can Sen. Clinton repair her image with the African-American community after controversial comments by Geraldine Ferraro and former president Bill Clinton have offended some African-Americans? Suzanne Malveaux reports on what Clinton is doing to try to make amends.
While McCain was back on Capitol Hill, his former rival Rudy Giuliani was out on the trail stumping on McCain's behalf. Mary Snow was with Giuliani and reports on the former New York City Mayor's efforts to help McCain.
Finally, the Florida Democratic Party has come up with a plan to re-do its presidential primary and ultimately have its delegation seated at the Democratic Party's nominating convention. John Zarella reports on the Florida Democrats' plan and how some Democrats are reacting to it.
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–CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart