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In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, former Florida governor Jeb Bush gets emotional talking about his family.
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By Theodore Edgar McCarrick, Special to CNN
Editor's note: Cardinal Theodore McCarrick is the Archbishop Emeritus of Washington, D.C. He participated in the 2005 election of Pope Benedict XVI. Watch Cardinal McCarrick on The Situation Room today at 6 p.m. ET.
(CNN) - The world is waiting on the next pope in more ways than one.
Everyone, including the College of Cardinals, is wondering who the next Bishop of Rome and leader of the world's billion Catholics will be. But the world is waiting in another, more urgent sense, because the pope isn't just a spiritual leader to Catholics. His work has a global dimension.
As has been true in the past, the next pope will have to provide a moral voice to a range of challenges.
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Watch Jake Tapper's interview with Jeb Bush today during the 4pm ET hour of "The Situation Room."
(CNN) – Amidst criticisms that he's flip-flopped on a key part of immigration reform, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush acknowledged Tuesday that he's been supportive both of a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants and of a lesser measure granting only legal status, saying his position is underscored by a desire to de-incentivize illegal immigration to the United States.
Speaking with Jake Tapper, CNN's chief Washington correspondent and anchor of the upcoming weekday program "The Lead," Bush said that while his new book "Immigration Wars" specifically says immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally should be barred from a pathway to citizenship, he could support such a pathway if it's proposed by lawmakers this year.
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CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports on President George H. W. Bush's letters to his son, George W. Bush.
Today in the 5pm ET hour on CNN, Wolf Blitzer will delve into the elder Bush's bond with Bill Clinton.
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"Diplomat" Dennis Rodman just gets weirder. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the latest on Kim Jong Un's new best buddy.
A surrogate mother refuses to have an abortion after abnormalities were spotted on the ultrasound. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
Watch "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" today during the 5pm ET hour for more on this story.
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CNN's George Howell reports on the demolition of a Florida home over a sinkhole that killed one man.
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Mary Snow reports on a hit-and-run crash in a Hasidic section of Brooklyn that killed a couple and a premature baby.
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