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And explains why husband Mitt Romney is the best candidate for women voters.
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The candidates discuss equal pay, contraceptive care, and why gun violence can be prevented by women getting married.
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During the second presidential debate.
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In last night's second Presidential debate, Obama and Romney traded barbs, almost blows.
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Mitt Romney and President Obama's second of three match-ups gave us a reinvigorated Obama and a Romney ready to spar. Check out our highlights here.
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But that won't stop him from giving Mitt Romney a run for his money.
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Romney says Obama did not properly distinguish the attack on the Libyan embassy as a terrorist attack.
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They seem to have different information. From the second presidential debate.
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During the second presidential debate, Mitt Romney points out that both he and President Obama have personal investments in China.
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"Many Democrats believe it's time for a woman."
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Joe Biden laughs, Paul Ryan looks annoyed, both can't stop interrupting each other, plus...zingers!
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Biden was hearing punchlines left and right.
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"They are elderly people who in fact are living off of Social Security. They are veterans and people fighting in Afghanistan right now who are, quo...
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Heilemann outlines Biden's debate strategy against Paul Ryan.
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"I think PBS will be just fine," without government funding, Romney said.
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Daily Intel investigates!
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"Really? I thought this was the wine list."
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John Heilemann breaks down the first debate between Mitt Romney and President Obama, where Romney appeared more prepared and alert than the preside...
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But the looser format may give Mitt Romney a chance to get out of his "fix."
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Here's the child-sized, 512 oz. soda container.
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John Heilemann discusses whether or not the Romney campaign still believes they can win the election, despite setbacks and poor polling numbers.
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Costco, cold showers and a home video.
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"Some of the behaviors of the U.S. in our region encourages extremism."
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"I worked so hard on that, for weeks, and weeks, and weeks.
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John Heilemann discusses how Mitt Romney is falling out of favor with some influential Republican leaders.
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Chait comments on how Romney's remarks at a fund-raiser will hurt him during the 2012 election.
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Our own John Heilemann on Mitt Romney's comments that he sees forty-seven percent of voters, likely to vote for President Obama, as a lost cause.
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He hadn't stated them "elegantly," but "look, the President's approach is attractive to people who are not paying taxes."
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And the diverse GOP members will fight it out, whether or not Mitt Romney wins.
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The world witnessed his "desperation."
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They can code, but they sure can't spell.
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And she talked about her breast implants as taps played.
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Cooper is shocked. "But I laugh like a 12-year-old girl!"
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"We do have promises to keep... and, yes, we have miles to go before we sleep."
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He was later hospitalized out of caution, but appears to be OK.
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"Their fight is my fight, and it's Barack Obama's fight."
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"And that's the middle class!"
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You can work, work hard, and then work harder.
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"I love you, WOMEN!"
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But there may have been some Todd Akin talk in the White House.
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"What government can really do is create the conditions for the private sector to invest in the economy."
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A laid-off man shoots and kills a co-worker. He was later killed by police.
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Protein shakes and chicken every three hours for one month.
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Following Rick Santorum and Rush Limbaugh, the anti-women's rights sentiment "keeps popping up because this actually is the policy of the party."
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John Heilemann argues Paul Ryan has been too quiet on some critical issues since he was chosen as Mitt Romney's running mate.
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The Romneys have nothing to hide.
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"People think, well, he just talks a little too much. Actually, he's just not very smart."
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Their scolding parent voices come out.
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Crowds chanting "Stop the war on the middle class" attempt to drown out Paul Ryan's first solo speech as Mitt Romney's running mate.
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Oops, a Romney gaffe on day one of the partnership, as Romney introduces Ryan as his running mate.
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John Heilemann discusses Mitt Romney's pick for Vice President, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.
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It took Dubya a while to recognize his very own ‘SNL’ impersonator.
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He'll be regretting it for the rest of the election.
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He's laid-back, a free spirit, a chill bro.
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Our own John Heilemann discusses why Bobby Jindal or Paul Ryan could be looking better and better to Mitt Romney as potential VP candidates.
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The leader rides a roller coaster.
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"You could be Gordon Gekko or George Bailey but you couldn't be both."
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To clarify his mother's first quote to ABC News, "You have the right person."
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During his arraignment for shooting 70 people in a movie theater in Colorado.
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The university will be banned from bowl games for four years and wins since 1998 will be vacated, among other punishments.
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"If there's anything to take away from this tragedy, it's the reminder that life is very fragile. Our time here is limited and it's precious."
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He might be able to get away with his secrecy.
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"He said 'You’re going to die tonight.'"
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'New York' political columnist Frank Rich discusses how Mitt Romney's time at Bain Capital will factor into the election.
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Mitt Romney responds to increased attacks on his time at the private equity firm.
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It cries over everything.
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"Ashleigh! Ashleigh! Ashleigh!"
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Here's the "Call Me Maybe" look.