By Erin Burnett
Marhaba and hello. In March, I visited the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Communications at the American University in Dubai, where I sit on the advisory board with prominent regional business leaders. After some students presented reports to us in fluent English, I was surprised to hear my fellow board members say bluntly that their native language is "in crisis."
As members of the Obama administration make their opinions clear on same-sex marriage, the pressure intensifies on the president to make his own "evolving" opinion on the issue clear.
A referendum in North Carolina that would constitutionally ban same-sex marriage - even though the state currently does not permit such unions - is in the spotlight Tuesday, as three states hold primaries.
Amendment One would alter North Carolina's constitution to say that "marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state."
We'll have complete election returns on Erin Burnett OutFront starting at 7 p.m. ET.