- Presidential Election
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- For Romney and Obama, one-liners are on the menu
- Aggressive or annoying? Some find debate too rude
- Obama, Romney push for women votes
- Obama and Romney push for women votes
VIDEO: Questions at town-hall debate reflect economic angst
The everyday Americans who engaged the candidates at Tuesday's second presidential debate spoke directly to a question widely expected to decide this election:
Whom can they trust to improve their faith in the economy, the country and their futures?
Moderator Crowley makes presence felt
True to her predictions, moderator Candy Crowley was an active, aggressive and prominent presence in Tuesday night's second presidential debate.
The longtime CNN reporter and host pressed, poked and prodded President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney when necessary, and occasionally played fact-checker and referee between the two men, during a town-hall debate at Hofstra University in New York.
SOCIAL: Tweeting the second Presidential debate
This collection of Tweets spans some of the biggest moments from last Tuesday's second Presidential debate. The debate, a town meeting, covered foreign and domestic issues and was held at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
- Candidates fan out after combative debate
VIDEO: Pressure on Obama to come out punching in round two
Following Mitt Romney's commanding performance in the first presidential debate and the bump it gave him in the polls, President Barack Obama is under pressure to perform well in debate number two.
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