Stories from October 2, 2008
Hours before U.S. Senator Joseph Biden and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin face-off in St. Louis, Missouri in the only vice presidential debate of this election season, there is an expectation that foreign policy will be discussed. How will Palin, the Republican candidate, redeem herself after the world's reporters and bloggers...
As Congress works to pass a revised bailout plan for sinking financial institutions, and the repercussion of the crisis is felt severely throughout the world, a recurring question seems to be on international bloggers' minds: Is the economic leadership of the US in the world starting to fade away?
Just a few short hours until the 2008 Vice Presidential Debate and days away from Sarah Palinâ€™s infamous interviews with Katie Couric. So, whatâ€™s expected of the Republican VP candidate tonight, as she proves to the world and American voters that sheâ€™s a superior choice to Democratic VP candidate Joe Biden?
Since Barack Obama selected Senator Joe Biden as his running mate just prior to the Democratic National Convention in August, little attention has been paid to the Senator from Delaware. With all of the media's attention focused on Obama himself (as well as Sarah Palin of course), little focus has been given to Biden. The blogosphere is the exception, however, as bloggers debate Biden only hours before the vice presidential debate.