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Nelson Mandela, the iconic South African leader who died Thursday at age 95, was remembered on WTOP Friday as a man from whom anyone anyone in or out of politics could learn.
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Bob Schieffer, host of "Face The Nation," moderated the third presidential debate between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney at Lynn University Monday night.
President Barack Obama and former Mass. Governor Mitt Romney are going head-to-head tonight in their last debate before the presidential election. The topic at hand: foreign policy.
Allegations that a 12-member team of Secret Service employees working in Cartagena in advance of President Obama's recent trip took a more visceral turn Friday morning when a picture surface from Facebook showing one of the three agents who have subsequently left the service discussing "checking out" Sarah Palin while he was guarding her.
David Gregory and Bob Schieffer weigh in on WTOP about the growing tensions between the United States and Afghanistan and how it will affect the timetable of withdrawal.
"For all his money, for all his fame, Mitt Romney may wind up winning the Republican nomination and that's what a lot of conservatives feel," says Bob Schieffer, CBS News chief Washington correspondent and Face The Nation host. "But they're just not very excited about it."