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Analysts predict that Monday night’s debate could be the defining moment of the presidential election as the two wildly different candidates went toe-to-toe for the first time. Who performed well and who fell short during the highly anticipated debate?
Today at 2:00pm
Why do cyclists in Holland seldom get hit by opening car doors? It’s because of something Dutch drivers do: Reach for the car door with their right hand, and look back at traffic. Plus, get the global reaction to the Clinton, Trump Debate.
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Jeffrey Toobin is a staff writer for the “The New Yorker” and senior legal analyst at CNN. His newest book is “American Heiress: The Wild Saga of the Kidnapping, Crimes and Trial of Patty Hearst.”
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