New York (CNN) - In the spring of 1993, the Clinton administration was in a jam.
The first 100 days hadn't gone well. The president had been shaken by troubles large and small: the Branch Davidian raid, gays in the military, even an ill-advised haircut. The press office was saying everything was fine, but the administration knew better: at an upcoming White House Correspondents' Association dinner, Clinton was going to meet with a chilly reception, and he needed to face his antagonists head on.FULL STORY
(CNN) - After a busy week of campaigning, all four presidential and vice presidential candidates are taking a day off the trail Sunday.
See the Sunday show schedules after the jump.