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Tight presidential race may come down to knocking on doors
The Obama-Romney race could be decided by the oldest tactic in the book – going door to door to get out the vote.
State Supreme Court wants Arizona donors audited
The high court orders a group that donated $11 million to a fund fighting Prop. 30 and supporting Prop. 32 to hand over records. The group is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court.
In a pivotal corner of Ohio, rival party leaders sweat it out
In swing-state Ohio, party leaders in Cincinnati know each other well – and how vital it is to bring in the vote for their sides.
COLUMN ONE: Britain’s Midwest lens on the presidential race
The Telegraph newspaper sets up shop in the small Ohio town of Dunkirk, where residents have been giving their views of the campaign. There’s culture shock in both directions.
Prosecutors in Afghanistan massacre case face tough challenge
Authorities charge Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales with murdering 16 villagers, but they have limited access to evidence and key witnesses won’t testify.
Sandy a galvanizing moment for climate change?
Hurricane Sandy images and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s endorsement of Obama based on his climate change policies could bring attention to the issue of global warming, political observers say.
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