Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Presidential debate

  • Presidential Debate: A Guide to the Debate and Some History

    If the Obama's campaign talking points pop up in the debate, the president may well make reference to Romney's controversial "47 percent" remark, captured in a leaked video of a fundraiser earlier this year, where the Republican candidate said that was ...

  • Presidential debate: 7 questions that should be asked … and probably won't

    Today's presidential debate in Denver on domestic policy will hit six topics over the course of an hour and a half. Moderator Jim Lehrer of the PBS NewsHour can't possibly get in all the questions on the minds of Americans.

  • 1960: First televised presidential debate

    If you were watching television on the night of Sept. 26, 1960, you probably thought that the young Sen. John F. Kennedy had won that night's presidential debate. Yet if you heard the event on radio, Vice President Richard M. Nixon was the clear winner.

  • Presidential debate sponsors drop over exclusion of Gary Johnson

    While the Commission on Presidential Debates rules require that candidates must have at least 15 percent of the vote in national polls, Philips Electronics, the YWCA and British advertising firm BBH New York have all withdrawn their sponsorships over ...

  • NHL lockout on day of presidential debate: Sides sound like Obama and Romney

    NHL lockout on day of presidential debate: Sides sound like Obama and Romney. Published: Wednesday, October 03, 2012, 5:28 PM Updated: Wednesday, October 03, 2012, 5:31 PM.

  • Google+Hangout: Economy and the presidential debate

    This will be the first in what we hope to make a series of discussions on the most important issues tackled by the two presidential candidates, Mitt Romney and President Obama during each presidential debate. On Wednesday, the candidates will focus on ...

  • Watching the First Presidential Debate: What Is Your Reaction?

    "A presidential race between an incumbent and a challenger, which has played out for most of the year in biting television commercials and fiery speeches, suddenly narrows to a pair of candidates standing side-by-side starting at 9 p.m.

  • View from Mexico: The presidential debate on immigration

    If Republican candidate Mitt Romney is trying to woo Latino voters with a softened stance on immigration as he heads into his first debate with President Obama tonight, many of the relatives of those voters in Mexico are not buying it. Skip to next ...

  • Presidential Debate Drinking Game: Live Drink Obama & Romney's First ...

    Presidential Debate Drinking Game: Live Drink Obama & Romney's First Showdown With Us. Posted: 10/03/2012 4:59 pm EDT Updated: 10/03/2012 4:59 pm EDT.

  • Small business owners hope presidential debate sheds light on economic policies

    When Lana Nguyen watches Wednesday's presidential debate, she'll be keeping an ear out for discussions of the issues affecting small businesses.

  • Sudden controversy over Obama 2007 speech tape: A 'bombshell' or a dud ...

    The day before tonight's first Presidential debate, what Fox News' Sean Hannity calls a "bombshell" has been dropped: a 2007 tape of President Obama, promoted yesterday by blogger Matt Drudge and on Fox News, that shows Obama giving a "special ...

  • Presidential debate: the questions they should (but won't) ask Obama, Romney

    President Obama: Last December, in a speech you gave in Osawatomie, Kansas, you noted that in the last few decades the average income of the top 1 percent has gone up by more than 250 percent, to $1.2 million per year.

  • Why activist group hopes you won't watch presidential debate on CNN

    An activist group is urging a viewer boycott of CNN's coverage of Wednesday night's presidential debate if the network doesn't fire conservative commentator Erick Erickson for on-air and social media remarks it deems to be sexist.

  • Tonight: presidential debate; 'Supernatural,' Honey Boo Boo on 'South Park'

    The presidential debate, hyped for days like a sporting event, will unfold live at 9 p.m. ET on many channels. ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC will preempt their regular schedules for the Barack Obama-Mitt Romney face-off.

  • Presidential Debate: Why Do Young Americans Care About?

    "As the first presidential debate nears, the message from young Americans to both presidential candidates is quite direct - if you want to earn our vote in 2012, provide us the substance and details of your plans so we can make an informed decision ...

  • Presidential debate: Obama and Romney meet in first contest - live

    Depending on who you read, this is either Romney's last big chance to seize hold of an election that appears to be slowly slipping from his grasp, or presidential debates don't make any difference to the result. Which is kind of like arguing it doesn't ...

  • In Real Time, and Beforehand, Checking Facts on the Presidential Debate

    When President Obama and Mitt Romney face off Wednesday night in the first presidential debate, The New York Times's newsroom will be ready with a small army of reporters and editors - and with a spreadsheet of 76 pre-written fact-checking reports - to ...

  • 10 money questions for the presidential debate

    Wednesday's presidential debate will give President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney one of their last, best shots at winning over an ever-dwindling number of uncommitted voters.

  • Top Stories: Presidential Debate Night; Slain Border Patrol Agent Identified

    Top Stories: Presidential Debate Night; Slain Border Patrol Agent Identified. Categories: Morning roundup. 08:11 am. October 3, 2012.

  • Gold Prices Rise Ahead of Presidential Debate

    NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Gold prices were slightly higher Wednesday but not much momentum as investors looked ahead to the first U.S.

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