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2008-09-26 15:00:22

To: POLITICAL EDITORS Contact: Sandy Genelius of CBS News, +1-212-975-7525, smg@cbsnews.com; or David Stanton of Knowledge Networks, +1-908-497- 8040, dstanton@knowledgenetworks.com NEW YORK, Sept.

2008-09-26 12:00:18

ImpreMedia, the #1 Hispanic news and information company in the U.S. in online and print, and MySpace, the world's premier social network, today announced that they will again team up to offer Spanish-language coverage of the Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates.

2008-09-26 06:00:24

By Al Neuharth OXFORD, Miss. -- The first presidential debate may or may not go exactly as planned here tonight at Ole Miss. This red, white and blue decorated campus was abuzz Thursday.

2008-09-25 00:00:15

The panel arranging the U.S. presidential debates said Wednesday night John McCain and Barack Obama should go at it Friday despite the financial market crisis.

2008-09-19 09:00:07

By Robin Toner and Adam Nagourney Marjorie Connelly contributed reporting.

2008-09-17 09:00:27

MySpace, the world's premier social network, and the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) today announced the launch of its toolset for MyDebates.org, a new website that will house interactive tools for viewers to virally engage in the political process, including a personalized issue scorecard, polling, reportable national statistics, live web streaming and much more.

2008-08-29 03:00:28

Sam Rasoul, the Democratic candidate for Virginia's 6th Congressional District, had a bright idea: Have voters prepare questions on YouTube for all the candidates, select some and then have the candidates answer them on camera.

2008-08-06 09:00:24

MySpace, the world's premier social network, and the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) today announced a landmark partnership for the upcoming Presidential and Vice Presidential Debate series.

2006-05-23 12:13:33

By Jeff Franks HOUSTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. Senator and Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen, who ran unsuccessfully for vice president in 1988, died on Tuesday at the age of 85, a family spokesman said.

2006-05-23 10:46:54

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Lloyd Bentsen, a former U.S. senator, Treasury secretary and 1988 vice presidential candidate, died at the age of 85 in Houston, Texas, a family spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

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