(CNN) - It's back: President Barack Obama's birth certificate.
But instead of Donald Trump - a famous "birther" who posted online this week a video asking Obama to go public with his college records and passport - it was Obama himself raising the issue.
Kissimmee, Florida (CNN) - Mitt Romney will cancel his scheduled campaign events in Virginia on Sunday as a major storm nears the U.S. East Coast, the GOP nominee said Saturday.
"I was looking forward to being in Virginia tomorrow, but you know the hurricane is headed up there," Romney told a crowd in Kissimmee, Florida. He added that he spoke to the state's governor, Bob McDonnell, who said first responders would need to focus on storm preparations.
(CNN) - Voters in several battleground states may open their newspapers and find Mitt Romney's biography this weekend.
The Ending Spending Action Fund super PAC has printed 4.5 million magazine-style newspaper inserts that will appear as advertisements in more than 150 newspapers in five states in coming days, a source with knowledge of the group's activities told CNN.
EDITOR'S NOTE: CNN has sent dozens of reporters, producers, contributors and correspondents to the key battleground states to cover the final days of the 2012 election. Here is a brief report from one team:
(CNN) - With Hurricane Sandy bearing down on the East Coast, one big unknown is the impact of this storm on the presidential election just 10 days away.
Here in the battleground state of North Carolina, early voting efforts are already being affected in two coastal counties.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama took heat this week for calling his Republican opponent, Mitt Romney, a "bullsh***ter" while speaking with a writer from Rolling Stone magazine, but the president on Friday said he didn't use the comment until the interview had finished.
"You know, this was a conversation after an interview, a casual conversation with a reporter," Obama told a reporter with KUSA, a local CNN affiliate based in Denver.
Canton, Ohio (CNN) - As the standard-bearer of the conservative party, Mitt Romney may not draw as many Hollywood endorsements as his rival.
But what his celebrity backers lack in quantity they make up in unconventional appeal.
(CNN) - The filmmakers who made a TV movie about the successful raid that killed Osama bin Laden, which is scheduled to air on the National Geographic Channel just two days before Election Day, rejected suggestions that the timing of the release is political.
"This film is about history, not politics," said movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, in a statement to CNN.
Pensacola, Florida (CNN) - As Republican nominee Mitt Romney campaigns across the Sunshine State Saturday, eight days of early voting also gets underway.
Early voting is starting a week later than it did four years ago. The number of early voting days in Florida was reduced from 14 to eight following a move last year by the Republican dominated state legislature.
(CNN) - As Election Day approaches, all four candidates are on the trail campaigning in battleground states on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the campaigns are looking ahead to Hurricane Sandy, who is on a path to batter the East Coast over the next several days, and how she will impact their campaign efforts.
President Barack Obama campaigns in New Hampshire, whose four electoral votes could help either candidate reach the 270 mark.
Republican nominee Mitt Romney will stump in Florida, the largest prize - 29 electoral votes - rated as a "toss up" between the two candidates on the CNN Electoral Map.
He will be joined at his Florida rallies by Sen. Marco Rubio, a popular Republican from the Sunshine State.
Vice President Joe Biden is in Virginia, which has 13 electoral votes.
GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan holds events in Ohio. The Buckeye State holds 18 electoral votes and is considered important for both campaigns.
Romney's wife, Ann, is also on the trail Saturday, holding events in Virginia.
See the full schedule below the jump.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama's campaign wants voters to "remember" Mitt Romney when they cast their ballots.
But the image of Romney isn't the image the Republican presidential nominee's campaign is pitching.