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Commentary: We're waiting for candidates' answers on economyupdated: Mon Oct 06 2008 13:35:00

Whether or not you agree with spending $700 billion on the bailout, plus another $150 billion on what looks like pork-barrel goodies, one thing's for sure: That's $850 billion we won't have to spend on those long lists of promises being made by the presidential candidates.

Brown: Money's just not thereupdated: Mon Oct 06 2008 13:35:00

CNN's Campbell Brown is "cutting through the bull" about how candidates plan to pay for their proposals.

People.com: There She Goes Again: Tina Fey Returns as Sarah Palinupdated: Sun Oct 05 2008 21:27:00

This week on SNL, the 30 Rock star lampooned the veep candidate's debate

Time.com: An Early End to the '08 (Education) Campaignupdated: Sat Oct 04 2008 03:00:00

Crowded out by the economy and other issues, billionaires stop funding a campaign to put education front and center in the presidential election

People.com: SNL Books Queen Latifah to Play Gwen Ifillupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 18:50:00

She will portray the PBS moderator in a possible vice presidential debate sketch

Commentary: The pit bull is backupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 17:47:00

Thank God we are not talking about Sarah Palin being a "woman" today and dissecting whether Joe Biden acted appropriately toward her.

Transcript of Palin, Biden debateupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 16:10:00

The vice presidential candidates, Democratic Sen. Joe Biden and Republican Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, debated in St. Louis, Missouri, Thursday night. Gwen Ifill of PBS was the debate moderator. Here is a transcript of that debate:

Debate poll says Biden won, Palin beat expectationsupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 07:58:00

A national poll of people who watched the vice presidential debate Thursday night suggests that Democratic Sen. Joe Biden won, but also says Republican Gov. Sarah Palin exceeded expectations.

Time.com: The Vice-Presidential-Debate Report Cardsupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 23:00:00

Sarah Palin

Controversy brews up around VP debate moderator Ifillupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 13:33:00

Controversy swirled over vice presidential debate moderator Gwen Ifill one day before the face-off between Gov. Sarah Palin and Sen. Joe Biden, after new scrutiny was drawn to her upcoming book featuring Sen. Barack Obama.

Ifill criticism 'a stretch'updated: Thu Oct 02 2008 13:33:00

Media critic Howard Kurtz says it's a stretch to criticize Gwen Ifill's impartiality over a book that hasn't been released.

CNN Student News One-Sheet: Debatesupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 13:31:00

Historical Background: Presidential debates are a product of the television era. In 1960, Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy met in the first general election presidential debate, which was viewed by about 70 million people.

Essence editor: Obamas a model for kids, communityupdated: Thu Aug 07 2008 11:19:00

The September issue of Essence magazine features an interview with Sen. Barack Obama and his family inside their Chicago home.

At home with the Obamasupdated: Thu Aug 07 2008 11:19:00

Essence editor Angela Burt-Murray talks about the magazine's story on the Obama family.

Fortune: ROCK THE VOTE--AND WIN $10 MILLION!updated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

IF YOU THINK LOW VOTER turnout is killing American democracy, listen to my rabbi's wife.

Spinning semanticsupdated: Fri Oct 15 2004 17:14:00

Like previous word wars, the presidential campaign's latest semantic semi-scandal centering on Mary Cheney, the vice president's openly gay daughter, is the subject of furious spin.

Cheney, Edwards wage aggressive battle updated: Wed Oct 06 2004 06:26:00

Tuesday night's debate was a good one. Multifaceted, aggressive and full of one-liners -- the vice presidential debate pitted two deeply contrasting world views.

Transcript Part III: Cheney, Edwards discuss qualities of a VPupdated: Tue Oct 05 2004 23:59:00

The following is part three of a transcript of the debate between Vice President Dick Cheney and Sen. John Edwards held Tuesday night at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The questions from moderator Gwen Ifill of PBS were divided between foreign and domestic policy.

Transcript Part II: Cheney, Edwards spar over Iraq, taxesupdated: Tue Oct 05 2004 23:39:00

The following is part two of a transcript of the debate between Vice President Dick Cheney and Sen. John Edwards held Tuesday night at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

Transcript Part I: Cheney, Edwards spar over Iraq policiesupdated: Tue Oct 05 2004 19:18:00

The following is a transcript of answers during the debate between Vice President Dick Cheney and Sen. John Edwards held Tuesday night at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

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