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July 16th, 2012
07:04 PM ET

Political Strike Team weighs in unanimously on Romney's tax returns

The OutFront Political Strike Team weighs in on whether Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney is hurting himself politically by only releasing two years of tax returns.

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Filed under: 2012 Election • News • Political Strike Team • Politics
John Avlon
July 16th, 2012
04:27 PM ET

AT 7p ET: OutFront Political Strike Team weighs in on Romney's tax returns

Mitt Romney has said that he will only release two years of his personal income tax returns.  The Obama campaign continues to slam Romney, saying by not disclosing additional returns only raises more questions about his financial situation.

We asked our OutFront Political Strike team about whether Romney made the best decision by only releasing two years of returns.

Tune to Erin Burnett OutFront at 7p ET for the results from our political strike team.

Here is tonight's OutFront poll:

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Filed under: 2012 Election • News • Political Strike Team • Politics
July 16th, 2012
01:24 PM ET

Outer Circle: Syria's chemical weapons

In Syria, where U.S. officials tell CNN they believe Syria has been moving "some" chemical weapons stockpiles in the past few days.

The news comes one day after reports of a new massacre in central Syria, which opposition leaders say make Thursday the bloodiest day of fighting since the uprising began.

Mohammed Jamjoom is following this story. We asked him how Syrians are reacting to news of the massacre? FULL POST


Filed under: International • OuterCircle
July 16th, 2012
01:21 PM ET

The Number: Comic-Con, a financial powerhouse?

The week when nerds rule the world is finally here. The doors at Comic-Con are open. What started as a small comic book convention in 1970 is now a monstrous four-day event that showcases the best in comics, sci-fi, film and television.

Every year 130,000 fans descend upon San Diego Convention Center, often in costume, for seminars, signings and sneak previews of upcoming films. Even some of my Bronies are there.

And, sure, a lot of people make fun of the attendees, but they don't see the cold hard truth. Comic-Con is a financial powerhouse.
Which brings us to tonight's number: 162 million.

According to the San Diego Convention and Visitor's Bureau, that is the amount of money Comic-Con generates for San Diego each year.


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