(CNN) - Facing a media firestorm Tuesday, Hillary Clinton tried to shift the glare of the spotlight back to rival Barack Obama, offering up public criticism of the Illinois senator's relationship with his former pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, for the first time - a week after Obama addressed the controversy in a major Philadelphia speech.
Will it be enough to push her headline-grabbing misstep over the details of her long-ago Bosnia trip off the front page? In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN's Dan Lothian reports on the latest from Pennsylvania.
After his marathon overseas tour, John McCain is turning to domestic concerns this week, as he continues his fundraising blitz in California and gives his vision for the economy. Dana Bash explains what McCain's package entails and discusses the latest major endorsement he is set to receive Tuesday night.
Plus, Barack Obama's campaign released his tax returns Tuesday and contined their pressure on Clinton to do the same, Suzanne Malveaux reports.
Finally, the state of Pennsylvania is seeing record numbers for voter registration ahead of its April 22 primary. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider gives his Pennsylvania preview.
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–CNN's Emily Sherman