Kurt Andersen has been struck by how bland and uncreative the presidential campaign commercials have become; the more aggressive the attack ads, the more forgettable. So he challenged you to write and perform original jingles for the candidates.
The euro debt crisis is far from over, and that's bad news for the US economy. Jacob Kirkegaard, with the Peterson Institute for International Economics, says Europe's ailing economy impacts the American industry in many ways.
The most tweeted line of the debate was President Obama's zinger that the military has fewer horses and bayonets. So where are bayonets from? Anchor Marco Werman gets the answer, plus the history of bayonets from Chris Woolf.
The foreign policy issues that come up in presidential debates are not necessarily the ones that will be most relevant for the candidate who wins the election. That's according to Boston Globe foreign affairs columnist Juliette Kayyem.
Baked at the height of international euphoria about the Obama presidency, the "Baracklava" spends more time on its shelf at the back of the shop these days. It usually only comes out for American tourists.
Faith calls her "crazy" uncle in Florida to get his take on Senator Obama's claim that his relationship with his controversial longtime pastor Jeremiah Wright is sort of like having a "crazy uncle" in the family.