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Stephen Hess, professor of media and public affairs at George Washington University, looks at the presidential campaign as seen by political cartoonists.
President Bush campaigned in New Hampshire Friday, while Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., spoke to supporters in Florida, as the presidential race enters its final sprint.
Political analysts discuss the potential impact of a new video message from al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, the final days of the presidential campaign and the military's investigation of 380 tons of missing Iraqi explosives.
The issue of roughly 380 tons of missing explosives in Iraq has taken on increased speculation. Ray Suarez speaks with a New York Times reporter, about the latest developments.
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As the most expensive Senate race in Oklahoma history reaches the home stretch, Republican Tom Coburn has spent down to $60,000 in his campaign bank account, while opponent Democrat Brad Carson has more than ten times that amount.
Margaret Warner speaks with Meg Kissinger of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Darrel Rowland of the Columbus Dispatch about the presidential race in key swing states.
A look at which issues are most important to voters, and if those issues are in voters' economic interest.
President Bush and Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., continued campaigning in swing states Thursday. Kwame Holman reports on the day's news from President Bush and Senator Kerry's campaigns.
Hundreds of thousands of votes have already been cast for Sen. John Kerry and President Bush by voters taking advantage of new "early voting" options in 26 states.
A group of California citizens have placed a proposition on the Nov. 2 state ballot that, if passed, would create a state-sponsored stem cell research program.
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