So couple of big stories developing today..
First the recall election in Wisconsin pitting Governor
Scott Walker against his former opponent Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. It has big
national implications with both dems and the GOP pouring money into the state.
Right now most polls show Walker with a small but substantial lead. Former
President Bill Clinton campaigned there. So have some big name republicans.
There is a growing concern in the White House that a strong victory for Walker
could spell trouble for President Obama come November.. Neil Cavuto and Steve Brown
are there and will file reports for us.
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We'll also talk to Neil about the economy. This is not only
the most important issue in the election; It's also getting worse. That jobs
report on Friday scared a lot of people. Markets are not doing well.
Unemployment remains high. There is again renewed talk we could get a "double-dip"
Both President Obama and Governor Romney are doing
fundraising today. They'll be pushing hard all week for campaign cash.
Amazing news out of a weekend of cancer meetings in Chicago
including breakthrough treatments and changes in how patients with breast
cancer get access to new drugs. Dr. Siegel weighs in.
Emergency personnel still on the scene of a horrific plane crash
in Lagos, Nigeria. The plane crashed into a residential area. More than 150 on
the plane are dead, and more on the ground. Investigators are looking for the
black boxes. It was an American made Boeing MD 83. It's the second major plane
crash in the past week in Nigeria.
A drone strike in Pakistan has killed eight suspected
More than a dozen killed and dozens more injured by a car
bombing in Baghdad.
Danish court has found four men guilty of planning an attack on a newspaper
there over cartoons of a Muslim holy figure.