CNN Wire Presidential Debate Digest
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The shooting of 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai in Pakistan's Swat Valley has awakened the world to the dangers a resurgent Taliban poses to the rights and safety of girls and women, particularly those who are human rights activists like Malala. Here is a question for tonight's presidential debate: Will Malala's shooting prompt concrete steps to prevent more of such attacks
UPCOMING (TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY)
What happened in Tuesday's debate and what it means for the three weeks left until Election Day.
Presidential debate expert Alan Schroeder analyzes key moments in the debate.
CNN contributors and analysts weigh in on Tuesday's debate.
Quick post-debate poll asks debate watchers who won.
Five things we learned from the debate.
Did each candidate do what his campaign needed? Were there major points scored or gaffes made?
A series of fact check items from Tuesday's debate.
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