October 26th, 2012
09:51 PM ET

Microsoft's new tablet surfaces: Will it take a bite out of Apple?

Tech giant Microsoft opens 34 new stores Friday and release their new tablet, the 'Surface.' Will it shake Apple to its core? Which one will you buy - Apple's iPad or Microsoft's Surface? FULL POST

Filed under: Tech
October 26th, 2012
09:05 PM ET

Auto bailout may boost Obama to second term

If President Barack Obama does win Ohio, and the election, he may owe it to a move he made at the very beginning of his presidency - the auto bailout.
One in eight jobs in Ohio can be linked to the auto industry, so voters there may be inclined to pay him back with a second term.

Outfront tonight: John Podesta, former white house chief of staff for President Clinton and Andy Card, former white house chief of staff for president George W. Bush.

Filed under: 2012 Election • News
October 26th, 2012
08:50 PM ET

Romney's math still doesn't add up

Mitt Romney made what was dubbed by his campaign as a "major economic policy speech" in Iowa Friday. He pledged for 'big changes' but lacked specifics or anything that the American people haven't heard before in regards to his economic plan for the next four years.

Obama's 20-page economic plan: The math still does not add up

Last night, we did the math Thursday showing President Obama's deficit cutting math didn't add up and Romney's plan is in the same boat - his economic plan doesn't add up.

Romney campaign defends economic plan

OutFront tonight: Jim Talent, former Republican Senator from Missouri and a member of Romney's Economic Policy Team.


Filed under: 2012 Election • Economy • Politics
October 26th, 2012
08:24 PM ET

'Superstorm' Sandy threatens northeast

Forecasters are warning a storm of epic proportion is heading for the northeast. Hurricane Sandy has lost some strength but forecasters warn the storm is still extremely powerful.

Hurricane Sandy threatens early voting

This 'superstorm' has left more than 20 dead across the Caribbean. Now, states from Florida to Massachusetts are bracing for pounding rain, wind and wide-spread power outages.

CNN Hurricane Tracker

OutFront tonight: CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers is in the CNN Weather Center tracking Sandy.


Filed under: News • Weather
October 26th, 2012
08:15 PM ET

Obama's demographic challenge: Could white voters cost him the election?

With polls showing that white voters are leaning more towards Romney, President Obama is trying to  offset that loss by focusing on other groups.

Can the president win the White House without white voters?

OutFront tonight: John Avlon who's been travelling to key battleground states aboard CNN's Election Express.  He's in Winston Salem, North Carolina.


Filed under: 2012 Election • CNN Election Express • Politics
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