(CNN) – Sen. Barack Obama did something Tuesday which he had largely avoided so far in his presidential campaign - address issues of race in America as a serious African-American contender for the Democratic Party's nomination. Suzanne Malveaux reports from the campaign trail about Obama's speech.
Overseas, Sen. John McCain continues his tour of the Middle East. Chief National Correspondent John King reports from Jerusalem about McCain's visit to Israel and with the King of Jordan.
The proposal by Florida's Democratic Party to hold a do-over primary was shot down by most of the Florida Congressional delegation almost from the moment it was released. John Zarella explains what happens next now that Florida Democrats have announced that they have given up on pursuing a re-vote.
Finally, Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider reports on a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll on how voters view the three senators vying for the Oval Office.
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–CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart