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John Dickerson is the moderator of CBS's Face the Nation, the political director of CBS News and a veteran Washington journalist for Slate and Time magazine before that.

War stories from campaign trails past

John Dickerson is the moderator of CBS's Face the Nation, the political director of CBS News and a veteran Washington journalist for Slate and Time magazine before that.

from To the Point

President Obama walked the beaches of Louisiana's coastline today, picking up occasional tar balls as spectators held up signs saying "Help us Obama."

The Oil Spill, the President and Public Perception

President Obama walked the beaches of Louisiana's coastline today, picking up occasional tar balls as spectators held up signs saying "Help us Obama."

from To the Point

John McCain  and  Barack Obama  are the last official candidates in the presidential campaign. They're raising money today and talking about the economy.

Democrats Shift Focus to the General Election

John McCain and Barack Obama are the last official candidates in the presidential campaign. They're raising money today and talking about the economy.

from To the Point

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