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2008-10-16 06:00:28

By William M. Welch MIDWEST, Wyo. -- When delegates to the Republican National Convention broke into chants of "drill, baby, drill," they could have found no more receptive audience than here in Wyoming's oil patch, where workers have been doing just that for 100 years.

2008-10-16 06:00:06

By Susan Page HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- It was all about Joe the Plumber. In the final presidential debate Wednesday night, John McCain and Barack Obama seemed to be vying for the affections not only of the average Joe generally, but of a particular Joe: Joe Wurzelbacher, a plumber from Holland, Ohio.

2008-10-16 08:25:00

The following is a transcript of the U.S. presidential debate between Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama Wednesday at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. BOB SCHIEFFER, MODERATOR: Good evening.

2008-10-16 00:00:16

Barack Obama and John McCain picked apart each other's healthcare plans Wednesday during their final U.S. presidential debate.

2008-10-15 18:59:36

WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- At tonight's debate, SEIU members say that John McCain needs to stop the attacks and finally address the need for affordable healthcare for all and an economy that puts working people first.

2008-10-15 15:00:24

A political advertisement that debuted Wednesday charges U.S.

2008-10-15 16:15:00

The U.S. presidential candidates' disagreement on how to handle oil companies' taxes and profits reflects broader differences on energy, observers said. Republican Sen.

2008-10-15 15:00:21

WorldEnergy.TV interviewed Clayton Williams, Matt Simmons, Rod Erskine and several other high-ranking executives on the presidential candidates and their energy policies, prior to tonight's third presidential debate between John McCain and Barack Obama at New York's Hofstra University.

2008-10-15 12:25:00

Annenberg School unit unveils Policy Watch comparing McCain and Obama on communication and technology issues

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