Paul Ryan released tax returns showing he paid a 16% rate in 2010 and a 20% rate in 2011. That's more than Mitt Romney who said yesterday that he never paid less than a 13% effective federal tax rate.
This week on the campaign trail, Joe Biden was targeted for his use of the word "chains," and Paul Ryan was attacked for his record on the stimulus. Erick Erickson and Maria Cardona argue which party came out on top.
Ryan opposed the stimulus, but letters from his office request funds. Soledad O'Brien looks at claims from both sides.
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan say their Medicare plans are almost identical. Soledad O'Brien looks at their past policies.
Former officer Lou Palumbo says investigators will examine the reason police shot a Michigan man and how many rounds were fired. The victim, 49-year-old Milton Hall, was holding a knife during the confrontation. His family says he suffered from mental health issues.
Hilary Rosen and Alex Castellanos argue the messaging from Romney and Ryan on their Medicare plan.
Washington resident Rosemary Putnam frantically ran to safety with her family and horses to escape the wildfires.
Ari Fleischer and Robert Reich discuss Mitt Romney's budget policy and how he and Paul Ryan may differ.
Soledad O'Brien looks at responses from the Romney campaign about when the budget would be balanced under his plan.
Vice President Joe Biden responds to the criticism he received from the Romney campaign for language he used at a rally.
Anderson Cooper goes beyond the headlines to tell stories from many points of view, so you can make up your own mind about the news. Tune in weeknights at 8 and 10 ET on CNN.
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