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Final debate leads Romney to common ground with Obama
Republican Mitt Romney entered Monday night's debate on foreign policy with the goal of presenting himself as a competent, plausible alternative to President Barack Obama as commander in chief.
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The final Presidential debate dealt with foreign policy issues and was held at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. The debate was moderated by Bob Schieffer, Host of CBS's Face the Nation.
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When the airlines kept ticket prices down by shifting $12.8 billion to baggage fees, they also saved almost $964 million in federal taxes they would have owed if they had hiked ticket prices by that amount.
Poll: Religiously unaffiliated less likely to vote
The recent boom in religiously unaffiliated Americans may ultimately help explain the results of the upcoming 2012 presidential election, according to a new poll that shows such voters lean heavily toward President Barack Obama but are less likely than the religiously affiliated to turn out.
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President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney debated foreign policy Monday night in Florida.
Maryland leans toward approval of same-sex marriage
Maryland voters are leaning toward legalizing same-sex marriage next month, something that has never happened at the ballot box anywhere in the nation, a new Washington Post poll finds.
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