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President Obama campaigns in Mentor, Ohio; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Dubuque, Iowa and Bristow, Virginia.
Rob Seyler is "radical" for Jesus. He's also a political rebel. The registered Republican is finding it hard to vote along party lines this time because the candidate is Mormon. On Election Day, he might just stay home.
With the increased use by the military and U.S. citizens abroad, we look at the security risks of voting via the Internet.
In an era when shadowy hackers can snatch secret government files and humble big businesses with seeming ease, it's an unavoidable question as Election Day approaches. When we go to the polls, could our very votes be at risk? According to voting-security experts, the answer can be boiled down to a bit of campaign-speak: There are reasons for concern and there's work to be done but, by and large, we're better off now than we were four, or more, years ago.
Should Mitt Romney win the presidency next Tuesday, it will mark an historic first: a Mormon couple moving into the White House. What would this mean and look like? Would there be "dry" state dinners, since faithful Mormons don't do alcohol? Would Secret Service tag along to sacred ceremonies only open to worthy church members? What book would a President Romney use to take his oath of office? We can't be absolutely sure about the answers. But if the practices and homes of devout Mormons like the Romneys -- not to mention his history as governor of Massachusetts -- are any indication, we can at least paint a picture of what a Romney-inhabited White House might look like.
Crippled NY subways spark infrastructure, climate questions.
Continuing coverage of the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Pastor Mark Schloneger, organizer of a national campaign for Christians to visit church on Election Day, says that as the world turns its attention to who will occupy the most powerful office of the world's most powerful nation, hundreds of churches will gather across the United States to worship a servant.
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Ever have the feeling you're being lied to by the news media, the authorities, the corporate world? That somebody -- or something -- is out to get you? It's pretty common - and it hurts society.
In a late campaign push to change the battleground map, Mitt Romney will travel to Pennsylvania on Sunday in the hopes of capturing the traditionally Democratic-leaning state. A Romney campaign official confirmed to CNN the GOP nominee will stop in the Philadelphia area Sunday afternoon.
For President Obama and Gov. Romney, the 2012 presidential campaign will likely be the last one they each will run. We look back at the joys, the struggles, the successes and the toll the past two years has taken on both men and their families.