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The massive hurricane barreling toward the East Coast has both presidential campaigns throwing out their fourth-quarter playbooks.
South American soccer officials hope to take their showpiece tournament to the United States in 2016 for a centenary celebration that could have big benefits for all concerned, but this week’s announcement appears to be somewhat premature.
CNN.com – Latin America
Chinese authorities have stripped disgraced former leader Bo Xilai of his legislative membership, his last official title, paving the way for criminal prosecution of a once rising political star whose spectacular fall has thrown the ruling Communist Party into its biggest crisis in decades.
CNN.com – World
President Obama insists he’s ahead but is running like the underdog, adopting a street-fighting posture and campaigning himself hoarse across the country. GOP challenger Mitt Romney seeks to make his election seem inevitable and calls Obama’s campaign desperate.
Even before a second Republican Senate candidate tripped over incendiary comments about rape, GOP leaders in Washington knew that their once promising chances of winning control of the Senate had diminished.