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September 5, 2008 Analyst Juan Williams assesses the state of the presidential campaign two months ahead of election day. From the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, he tells us what he took away from each convention.
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September 4, 2008 Barack Obama is stepping into the lion's den Thursday — he'll be going on the O'Reilly Factor after months of boycotting the Fox News Channel. The largely conservative O'Reilly often badgers guests he doesn't like, but cable news anchors are doing a lot of sniping this election – and not just at the candidates.
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September 4, 2008 The Democratic National Convention used a hockey arena and then a football stadium as a backdrop for presenting its message. Then when John McCain chose a running mate he visited a basketball arena and two minor league baseball parks. What not use a music venue? We examine what political arenas say about America.
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