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Five things to look out for in Monday's Republican presidential debate
Central Massachusetts man was arrested in connection to 4-month BB spree, one person's been injured
Campaign strategists tell CBS News Jan Crawford Romney will continue to seek moments to show clear differences between himself and Obama
Americans across the country are struggling while the media and politicians rub elbows at Washington parties
Law enforcement surrounded offices of Prudential Real Estate, unconfirmed report of two people shot
Analysis: CBS News/NYT poll shows Obama has a huge lead among single women, but Romney leads among married women
Attorney general's letter defending Obama's remarks on judicial review may be in part designed to defend the president's stance on health reform
Court orders Justice Department to answer whether the administration believes courts have the right to strike down federal law
Man who stole food from Maine McDonald's drive-thru hasn't been caught
Little goat reportedly took off from Mich. livestock show, damaged at least one storefront
Ruth Williams continues to volunteer for Romney, says God led her to him
Jan Crawford: Former House speaker has a big lead in the CBS/NYT poll, but also shows there could be problems for him ahead
National Restaurant Association signed deal with woman who has accused Cain of sexual harassment and her lawyer, lawyer says
In Nevada's Republican presidential debate, there's one main thing to watch: Herman Cain
Jan Crawford: All eyes are on Rick Perry in his presidential debate debut; Who will be on the attack?
But Will the Former Utah Governor Have To Start Slugging Away To Stay In the Race And Distinguish Himself from President Obama?
At last night's S.C. town hall, Michele Bachmann said her life and priorities changed after a devastating miscarriage
GOP Contenders Slam President Obama, but Not Each Other
With the first major debate hours away, a few things to look for
In the Department of Obvious Next Moves, Sarah Palin's PAC now is encouraging supporters to join forces to go through the 24,199 pages of emails to set the "record straight"