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A fiery debate that you don't want to miss: Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-CA) and Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) go at it over the debt ceiling and the government's potential debt default.
No one knows what exactly would happen if Congress did not raise the debt ceiling and the U.S. defaulted. Two economists debate the catastrophic forecasts many are predicting: the Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore, former president of the Club for Growth, and the University of California, Berkeley's Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton.
From nude viewing to finger wagging, CNN's Jeanne Moos awards the best oddball moments from the 2nd presidential debate.
CNN's Jim Acosta explains the "Spin Room" and why it's the place to be after a debate.
Republicans and Democrats have different takes on Joe Biden's aggression during the vice presidential debates.
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It's Big Bird versus The Count as we count down to the election. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the Battle of Big Bird.
(CNN) – Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Tuesday confirmed and elaborated on his wife's revelation, first to CNN, on how he handles his first moments onstage at a presidential debate.
"I write my dad's name at the top of the piece of paper to remind myself of all that he sacrificed to give me the opportunities I now have," Romney said in the interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, which aired on "The Situation Room."
Late-night comedians have some laughs at the presidential candidates' expense.
Facial recognition and body language experts talk about what the candidates might have given away during the debate. CNN's Brian Todd reports.