3rd Presidential Debate on in Boca Raton
Fact-Checking Articles on this Debate
Obama had a resounding finish in Monday night's foreign policy debate, which 56 percent of viewers thought he won, while a third preferred Romney, according to the poll.
Obama's "horses and bayonets" make few ripples on naval bases. Obama was just "stating the obvious."
The LA Times published its endorsement of President Obama, saying that his steady leadership had earned him another four years in office. After the third and final presidential debate, the paper's editorial board published yet another endorsement of the incumbent: That of his opponent, Mitt Romney.
The following is a running transcript of President Obama and Mitt Romney’s remarks from the third presidential debate in Boca Raton, Fla., on Oct. 22, 2012. It will be continually updated throughout the debate.
Thanks to a bitter campaign rivalry, thriving partisan media outlets and the growth of social media, debate moderator is approaching baseball umpire on the scale of thankless jobs.
Associated Press announced "5 things to watch for" in the foreign policy presidential debate in Florida but surprisingly ignored Cuba.
Poll on who won the 3rd presidential debate
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney took the first question in Monday night's debate -- whether or not the administration bungled its response to the attacks in Libya -- and he responded by talking about the Arab Spring, Syria, Mali, Iran, Egypt and Osama bin Laden.
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