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Food and gas prices are soaring, foreclosures continue, and the Bush Administration says it is bringing back the one-year treasury bill.


Republican presidential hopeful John McCain is campaigning on health care reform this week... but he's being overshadowed by the Democratic nomination battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. We speak with Jonathan Martin, Senior Political Reporter for

The Candidate and the Reverend

Senator Barack Obama broke forcefully with his former pastor yesterday. The questions today: Can the Obama campaign go back to its early message of unity? How will that play to voters, and to the super delegates? We'll speak with Rick Klein, senior political reporter for ABC News and author of ABC News, The Note.

Baseball's Greatest Hit

The seventh-inning-stretch musical icon "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" turns 100 this year. We talk with Tim Wiles, director of research at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, and co-author of the new book, Baseball's Greatest Hit: The Story of Take me out to the Ball Game.

This program aired on April 30, 2008.


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