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Today in Black America - October 17

POSTED: October 17, 2012, 11:00 am

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The New York Times

Editorial: Mr. Obama Comes Back

Fish: Obama Delivers

Romney’s Rose Garden Moment

With Women Key to Win, Obama Sought to Sour Them on Foe

For the President, Punch After Punch

TV Watch: Romney Has More Debate Missteps

The Christian Science Monitor

Round 2: President Obama turns up the heat in combative debate (+video)

Has Obama reenergized Democrats with debate performance?

The Chicago Tribune

Obama, Romney tell voters: Trust me

Editorial: Both candidates at their best

The Los Angeles Times

After 2nd debate, Obama is back in the fight

A sharper tone in second presidential debate

Main difference in Debate No. 2? This time Obama punched back

Last question of the night lets Obama rip Romney for '47%' remark

Presidential debate: Times opinionators give this one to Obama

The Washington Post

With stakes high, fiery Obama hits back at Romney

Obama turns it around

Capehart: No contest, a clear victory for Obama

Winners and losers from town hall forum

Fact checking the second presidential debate

The Guardian (London, U.K.)

Confident Obama regains initiative in second debate

Obama deflects Romney's challenge on Benghazi attack during Hofstra debate

'Binders full of women': Romney's four words that alienated women voters

The Toronto Star

‘Binders full of women’: Mitt Romney’s debate comment goes viral

Who got it wrong? Fact-checking last night’s presidential debate

The Daily News

Obama, Romney get ANIMATED in debate as president piles on Mitt, gets mojo back

Mitt Romney's 'binders full of women' debate remark goes viral

Fact check: Romney wrongly claims that it took Obama 14 days to brand Libya assault a terrorist act

Greenman: Obama more energized, focused in second debate

Presidential debate: Barack Obama shows up this time, but it might not be enough

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