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In Final Debate: Some Sparks, But Also Points Of Agreement

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Pointed Words, Pointed Fingers As Obama And Romney Have Fiery Debate

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Debate Preview: Romney Aide On How GOP Nominee Would Confront Iran

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"Black Friday" 2011 in Manhattan: Retailers hope to see shoppers out again in force this holiday season. If confidence stays high, they may get their wish. Michael Nagle/Getty Images hide caption

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