Of course, most people know about the AC360 blog.
It has been truly ramped up of late, with the "Morning Buzz" post that highlights stories they are working on. Many of the regular contributors post info on breaking stories, while the producers and other staff give us a glimpse of what we don't see onscreen.
The Situation Room does not have a show blog, but they utilize The Political Ticker for the latest campaign news. Also, CNN's resident curmudgeon and voice of reason Jack Cafferty has his own blog for when you just have to weigh in on the insanities of the day.To keep up with what is happening in the Middle East, check out the companion blog to CNN International anchor Hala Gorani's show, Inside the Middle East.And for a behind-the-scenes look at reporters all over the globe, you want to bookmark the In The Field blog. I love this one because it lets the reporters talk about all the interesting things they go through when working on a story. They make it look so easy, but it almost never is!There are many more blogs to investigate on the main CNN Blog page, and of course all the blogs have RSS notification capability. If you want to stay in the know, CNN is making it easier than ever.
Tuesday, John King was part of The Situation Room's coverage of the primary; TSR aired out of the special election HQ in NY, and the coverage of the voting went on throughout the evening, as we saw for Iowa. Elsewhere, Nic Robinson (above) reported from London for Your World Today.
On Wednesday, American Morning started an hour early, with the hosts back in the New York studio. Back on the campaign trail, John King went to Grand Rapids, Michigan; Dana Bash to Greenville, South Carolina; and Suzanne Malveaux to Jersey City, New Jersey.