The Race for President Comes Down to the Final Four
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Last night it was the Republicans, tonight it's the Democrats--in
California for their last debates before they go almost nationwide next
Tuesday. With just two Democrats left and just two Republicans with a
real chance, will the debates make a difference? Will either nomination
be decided any time soon? Also, a break in an undersea cable cuts Internet services to of
Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, and record profits for Royal Dutch Shell. What about oil-industry subsidies? Tonight's WWLA is a re-edited version of today's To the Point.
John McCain went into last night's debate as the Republican front-runner against Mitt Romney, with Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul standing by. Before tonight's Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton's lead over Barack Obama appears to be slipping. McCain and Romney are competing to lead a party now sharply divided between moderates and conservatives. Are Obama and Clinton different enough to expose gulfs between Democrats? Will this week's debates make a difference? What's at stake next week when Super Tuesday creates the equivalent of national campaigns for both parties?
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