CNN's John King examines the deaths of a Washington man and his two sons in what officials believe was a murder-suicide. He speaks with Ed Troyer, Pierce County Sheriff's Department Spokesman to find out the latest.
CNN's John King looks at an "Old Milwaukee" ad, starring Will Ferrell that aired in only 1 town.
John King speaks with Nicholas Burns about the increasingly difficult situations in Egypt and Syria.
Rick Santorum is confident he'll finish ahead of Newt Gingrich and might win at least one state Tuesday night.
(CNN) – The two trailing contenders in the recent Florida primary and Nevada caucuses said Sunday they would stay in the GOP presidential race and criticized front-runner Mitt Romney and main challenger Newt Gingrich as flawed candidates.
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, who finished fourth in Nevada on Saturday, lambasted Romney as a "uni-dimensional candidate." Both Santorum and third-place finisher Ron Paul justified their continued candidacies because Romney, in Paul's words, "doesn't satisfy a lot of people."
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