(Washington Post): "Romney, Obama turn campaign focus back on the economy"
(Politico): "Inside the campaign: How Mitt stumbled"
(The Hill): "With 50 days to go until the election, Obama holds edge on Romney"
(The Caucus): "For the Romney campaign, an unpleasant week"
(USA Today): "Romney to hit Obama on immigration in key speech"
(Reuters): "Groups race against time to get Florida voters registered"
(Los Angeles Times): "Obama to tell WTO that China illegally subsidizes auto imports"
(CNN): "Chicago teachers rally as both sides consider deal"
(CNN): "4 NATO troops killed in 'insider' attack in Afghanistan"
(USA Today): "New wave of Mideast protests turns violent"
(Atlanta Journal Constitution): "Coughlin blasts Tampa coach for 'dirty play'"
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