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Romney Makes Appeal To Women Voters In Virginia

Mitt Romney campaigned Thursday morning in Northern Virginia, one day after he came under intense criticism for his comments — and a campaign statement — on the siege of the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
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Obama Uses Colorado Stop To Address Foreign Policy

This campaign season, President Obama is trying to keep Colorado on his side. Scott Horsley talks to Audie Cornish.
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Romney Tempers Foreign Policy Criticism After Flap Over Libya Remarks

A day after Mitt Romney ignited a debate over his criticism of President Obama's handling of events in North Africa, he largely steered clear of discussing the attack on an American consulate in Libya that left four Americans dead.
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Can A Republican Win A Senate Seat In Blue Hawaii?

Surprisingly, some analysts are putting Hawaii's Senate race in the tossup column this year. Hawaii hasn't elected a Republican to the Senate since 1970. But with former Gov. Linda Lingle running, Republicans believe they have a chance. And whoever wins, the state will have its first female senator.
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Attacks Move Foreign Policy To Center Of Campaign

The old adage that politics ends at the water's edge is out. Even before the State Department had confirmed the death of the U.S. ambassador to Libya, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney issued a statement condemning the Obama administration.

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