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School Official: Ayers Cancellation Not Forced

Posted: 10/20/2008 - Bill Ayers, the 1960's radical often linked by Republicans to Barack Obama, won't be speaking at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln next month. His appearance was canceled because some complaints constituted a safety threat.

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Topeka West Holds Political Forum

Posted: 10/20/2008 - A group of high school students got to ask questions of several political campaigns. Teachers say they hope it will get the kids involved in the election process.

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Kansas GOP, Boyda Fight over Taxpayer-Funded Mailings

Updated: 10/20/2008 - Kansas GOP cries foul over Democrat Nancy Boyda's use of taxpayer money for mailings when she criticized her opponent for it two years ago. Boyda says the criticism then was very specific.

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Obama fends off Palin charge of 'socialist' tax plan

Posted: 10/20/2008 - Gov. Sarah Palin continued the GOP offensive Sunday, attacking Sen. Barack Obama's tax plan as "socialist," and though Sen. John McCain tempered his allegations, his message was the same.

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Stevens dour in final hours of trial testimony

Posted: 10/20/2008 - Slideshow: Sen. Ted Stevens WASHINGTON – Sen. Ted Stevens is back on the witness stand, looking dour and sparring curtly with prosecutors in the last day of testimony at his corruption trial.

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Obama ropelines: bouncing babies, controlled chaos

Posted: 10/20/2008 - Play Video Video: John McCain on 'FNS' FOX News Play Video Video: John McCain on 'FOX News Sunday' FOX News Play Video Video: Fact Checking The Candidates ABC News CINCINNATI – People passed the pink-clad infant to Barack Obama, hand-over-hand from the fourth row, like a tiny crowd-surfer in a rock concert mosh pit.

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Sen. Stevens Expected Back on Stand Monday

Posted: 10/20/2008 - The longtime Republican icon gets a last chance Monday to convince jurors in Washington - and constituents in Alaska about to vote on his re-election - that he didn't intentionally take freebies from Bill Allen,

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Poll Finds High Anxiety on EconomyThis Month

Posted: 10/20/2008 - The share of people who believe the country is moving in the right direction has plunged in just a few weeks, from 28 percent in September to 15 percent in October, according to an Associated Press-Yahoo News poll of likely voters that was released Monday.

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Biden defends Obama tax-cut plan in Wash.

Posted: 10/19/2008 - TACOMA, Wash. – Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden said Sunday that a Barack Obama administration would help the middle class by cutting its taxes, answering Republican claims that Obama's plan represented redistribution of wealth.

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McCain casts himself as middle-class guardian

Posted: 10/19/2008 - TOLEDO, Ohio – Evoking "Joe the Plumber" near his hometown in this pivotal state, Republican John McCain on Sunday cast himself as the guardian of middle-class workers and small-business owners who fuel the economy.

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Obama raises stunning $150 million in September

Posted: 10/19/2008 - WASHINGTON – Barack Obama raised more than $150 million in September, a stunning and unprecedented eruption of political giving that has given him a wide spending advantage over rival John McCain.

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McCain Makes Appeal To Middle Class

Posted: 10/19/2008 - Republican Talks About "Joe The Plumber," Casts Himself As Guardian Of Workers And Small-Business Owners.

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Palin Makes "SNL" Appearance

Posted: 10/19/2008 - Republican VP Nominee Smiles As She Witnesses Tina Fey’s Impersonation Of Her On "Saturday Night Live"

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Palin draws big ratings

Posted: 10/19/2008 - NEW YORK – Sarah Palin was a big hit on "Saturday Night Live."

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McCain: 'I love being the underdog'

Posted: 10/19/2008 - Sen. John McCain said Sunday he's "very happy" with the way his campaign is going, despite his "underdog" status in the polls.

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