After the conventions, the presidential candidates are back to wooing voters on a smaller stage. Both President Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney traveled to New Hampshire and Iowa Friday. As NPR's Scott Horsley reports, both of their messages were colored by some bad news on the jobs' front.
Organizers of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., planned for it to be a massive organizing and registration opportunity for voters in the state, a key battleground. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.
Some of the groups paying for ads haven't had to disclose where their money comes from — until now. For certain types of ads, that legal window has closed. Now, keeping donors under wraps is a riskier business.
Robert Siegel speaks with Susan Glasser, editor-in-chief of Foreign Affairs magazine, about Russia. Speakers at both the Republican and Democratic conventions brought up America's relations with the country.
Melissa Block talks to Robert Farley, deputy managing editor of FactCheck.org, to truth squad some of the comments made Thursday night by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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