nomination today so we'll ask peeingy noonan peggy noonan about that and the controversy. >>> a jet makes an emergency landing after dropping red hot debris to the ground below and jurors at the john edwards trial get noticed for wearing red. could that case be headed toward a mistrial? >>> i'm gayle king. when i see you at 8:00 a new biography of cbs news legend walter cronkite looks at his career. >> we begin with today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> breaking news in northern italy where an earthquake is causing buildings to collapse. >> italy is rocked by another deadly earthquake. centered 25 miles northwest of bologna in northern italy. >>> an air canada flight was heading from toronto to japan when one of the engines just shut down. >> police in toronto say that falling chunks of metal from the plane may have damaged at least four cars. >> not something i expected to happen today having airplane debris fall. >> this could be mitt romney's big day at the texas primary. he could get the delegates he needs to become the gop presidential nominee. >> some think really?
journal columnist peggy noonan and bill bradley, who ran for president in 2000. his new book is called "we can all do better." welcome. great to see you. this neck is race and neck, dead even? >> yes, everybody says it is and for the first time in a while, i think they're right. >> even in the most important states, decisive states it seems to be dead even. who will determine this? independents? >> i think independents are a big role. i think also the black turnout will be important and the hispanic turnout will be important. i think that also how people feel about the two candidates, once they get to know them even better, because i think the fundamental question somebody asks when they vote for president is, who do i trust with my life? who do i trust with my job? and who has a view of life remotely similar to my own? >> you saw what biden said, the vice president said about same-sex marriage. he's gone further than the president has. will that become an issue? >> i hope not because that's not the real issue. the real issue is what's happened to the middle class in this country. in the l
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