"Evening News" producer Max McClellan has spent about 10 years covering the White House - he began mid-way through President Clinton's re-election campaign in 1996, covering the administration for the morning news and doing the same since 1999 for the "Evening News." We spent a day tagging along while he produced a story on one of President Bush's recent Iraq speeches. But McClellan has also had a chance to work outside the White House beat -- you might recall that he spoke to us a few months ago about his experiences covering Hurricane Katrina. He also spent 10 months in Los Angeles covering the O.J. Simpson trial and covered Pope John Paul II's visit to Cuba in 1998 as well as his funeral and the conclave last year. He's covered a lot of ground, so here's your chance to ask him anything. E-mail us your questions or post them in comments and he'll answer one on Thursday, along with 10 of our standard questions.