Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney eats pizza just let a regular guy. Well, at least a regular guy who pulls all the cheese off his slice first. That's one of the insights in a new e-book getting all the buzz among politicos today, The Right Fights Back, by POLITICO's chief White House correspondent Mike Allen and journalist Evan Thomas.
In an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, Allen shares some of his stories from the Republican campaign trail, including Romney's love for KFC (though, again, Allen says Romney peels the skin off first).
OutFront's John Avlon breaks down the current state of the Republican campaign and questions whether presumed frontrunner Mitt Romney could be at risk of "inevitability fail," the very phenomenon that brought the high-flying Hillary Clinton campaign in 2008.
A crowd of Iranian protesters stormed the British Embassy in Teheran Tuesday, breaking down the doors and throwing rocks. The protest comes after Iran's parliament voted to expel the British ambassador in retaliation for British sanctions imposed as punishment for Iran's continued work to develop a nuclear weapon.
Is a nuclear Iran inevitable? New York Times correspondent David Sanger says it depends on who's running that country.
Alveda King, a friend of Herman Cain and supporter of his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination insists Cain will "march on" to Iowa, and flatly dismissed a Georgia woman's allegation that she had an extended affair with Cain. "A woman knows a skirt-chaser, and Herman Cain is no skirt-chaser."
In an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, King called the affair story "tabloid politics" and denied Cain would drop out ahead of Iowa.
Standard and Poor's downgraded the credit ratings of dozens of banks Tuesday, after applying new criteria to the world's 37 largest financial institutions.
Tonight on OutFront, Erin Burnett explains how S&P's move could mean higher costs for you...and why Europe still matters to average Americans. Erin Burnett OutFront tonight at 7pET and 11pET on CNN.