The President and The First Lady are hosting a dinner tonight in honor of the Armed Forces who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. CNN's Chris Lawrence had a chance to catch up with some of the veterans in advance of tonight's dinner.
CNN's John King speaks with NASCAR driver John King about his big win at the Daytona International Speedway.
John King speaks with Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn about the deadly tornado and efforts to begin the clean up.
(CNN) – The Rev. Franklin Graham on Tuesday apologized for publicly raising questions about President Barack Obama’s Christian faith, saying “I regret any comments I have ever made which may have cast any doubt on the personal faith of our president, Mr. Obama.”
The statement from Graham came in response to a letter from faith leaders associated with the NAACP that said Graham’s statements “have enormous negative effects for America and are especially harmful to the Christian witness.”
In a television interview last week that provoked huge media attention, Graham appeared to question the sincerity of Obama’s Christian commitment.
"You have to ask him,” Graham said, pondering whether Obama is Christian. “I cannot ask that question for anybody."
Post your comments to our blog. What do you think about Franklin Graham's apology?
CNN's John King looks at the important role that the gender gap in Michigan voters played in Mitt Romney's primary win.
In case you missed last night's coverage, CNN's John King uses the Magic Wall to break down the most important issue for Republicans in Michigan.