|October 22, 2012|
|CBS News coverage of final presidential debate in Fla.|
|President Obama and Mitt Romney will debate foreign policy issues in their final meeting tonight in Boca Raton, Fla. Watch the debate on your local CBS News station or at CBSNews.com from 9:00 to 10:30 p.m. ET. From 10:30 to 11 p.m., the CBS News team will analyze how the candidates performed. |
Watch CBSNews.com coverage of the debate and post show here.
For complete CBSNews.com coverage of the debates, visit the Special Section: The Debates
Oct 22, 2012
CBS NEWS | Coverage of final debate in Fla. -October 22, 2012-: CBS News coverage of final presidential debate in Fla.
22 October 2012 Last updated at 23:02 GMT
BP sells its 50% stake in TNK-BP to Russian state-controlled energy giant Rosneft in return for cash and shares.
October 22, 2012
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR
For 90 minutes tonight, President Obama and Mitt Romney will clash over specific foreign policy issues, their differences heightened by a debate intended to draw out sharp contrasts ahead of Election Day in two weeks.
By JOHN HARWOOD
For Mitt Romney, George W. Bush represents a burden to minimize, and for President Obama, the former president's record offers a shield on the economy.
Investors Daily Alert
The Daily Guru
Look For Growth at Home, Michael Cuggino
Jim Jubak on MoneyShow.com
Today's Top Pros' Top Picks
What's Happening at Berkshire, Greggory Warren
Precious Metals Not So Precious Now, Peter Way
Today's Gurus' Views & Strategies
Put Away the Wheelbarrow, Jason Cimpl
The Week Ahead: Will Apple Follow Google?, Tom Aspray
Today's Charts in Play
Keep Your Eye on Asset Managers, Tom Aspray
MoneyShow.com Exclusive Interviews
Trading the Dow Theory Divergence, JJ Kinahan
The Next Quarter Is More Important, Jim Jubak
Is Active Management a Farce?, Terry Savage
Ideas from Around the World
Ads Only a Slice of Apple's Pie, Neil Parmar
Today's Featured Videos & Exclusive Interviews
The Art of Investing in Small Cap Companies, Ross Silver
Brazil Is Back, Hilary Kramer
The New York Times | Business Day | Your Money -October 22, 2012-: When to Call Your Elected Representatives for Help
October 22, 2012
Business Day Your Money
|When to Call Your Elected Representatives for Help|
|By RON LIEBER|
Every member of Congress has employees who do constituent service, helping people with thorny problems, often financial, that may involve a federal agency.
By PAUL SULLIVAN
Disability insurance can help if you get hurt or become sick and are unable to work for several months, but it often doesn't come cheap. Is it worth it?