(CNN) - A new ad released by Mitt Romney's campaign Sunday pushes back against a claim President Barack Obama repeatedly leveled at Wednesday's presidential debate - a claim CNN's Fact Check found to be false.
"President Obama continues to distort Mitt Romney's economic plan," the narrator in the spot says.
(CNN) - CNN's Brian Todd reports on President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney's debate performances, as seen by facial recognition language and body language experts.
(CNN) - After Wednesday's debate between President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney, the late-night comedians have some laughs at the candidates' expense.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney return to the campaign trail in battleground states on Thursday after going toe-to-toe on dominant campaign issues of taxes, health care and the economy in a debate that analysts and a snap poll agreed the Republican challenger won.
Romney's supporters crowed about his performance, saying it reshaped a race that the former Massachusetts governor had appeared in danger of losing.FULL STORY
(CNN) - All politics is social – and the world of Facebook is buzzing about the presidential debates. "Romney," "Obama," and "debate" were the top three debate-related terms mentioned on Facebook, but the fourth most popular term, "Big Bird," is undoubtedly the most unexpected trending word or name that arose from the debates.
During Wednesday night's event, the words "Big Bird" were posted to Facebook more times than "taxes," "Jim Lehrer," "Obamacare," "insurance," "Medicare" or "education."
(CNNMoney) - To the investors on Intrade, there was little question who came away from Wednesday night's presidential debate on top: Mitt Romney.
Intrade is a prediction market that allows investors to wager on the outcome of events. In this case: the presidential election.FULL STORY
(CNN) - The home appliance brand KitchenAid apologized Wednesday evening for a political tweet sent out from its official account during the presidential debate.
The tweet has been removed but at least a dozen retweets of the post showed it read, "Obamas gma even knew it was going 2 b bad! 'She died 3 days b4 he became president.'"
Denver (CNN) - Zingers? Maybe. Knock out punches? No.
Aides to Mitt Romney told CNN the GOP contender will not be looking for a "knock out" punch at tonight's first presidential debate.
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(CNN) - Half of the first presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will be focused on the economy, the debate's moderator announced Wednesday.
The first three of the October 3 debate's six segments will focus on the economy, moderator Jim Lehrer said in a statement provided by the Commission on Presidential Debates.