Here's a list of places to watch the debate tonight.
Now that John McCain has deigned to appear at the debates tonight, we turn our attention to a different matter.
The Arizona senator is preparing to leave for Mississippi right now, according to reports.
Yesterday, as soon as John McCain announced his stunning decision to suspend his campaign and delay tomorrow's debate, chaos broke.
The comedian and the 'West Wing' scribe banter about the meaninglessness of faster news cycles, starting Obama rumors, and working on McCain's TV show.
Do we smell the camp's first (and certainly not last) effort to highlight the Illinois senator's youth?
No mere man can control the will of the superdelegates, a rogue and fractious species if ever there was one. Especially because, as a group, they really have no idea what to do.
The gruesome twosome (did you see how Charlie had to sit down so that George didn't seem so absurdly short?) got panned in the media after last night's debate.
ABC moderators dredged up old gaffes and shady acquaintances in what sometimes seemed like an attempt to make Obama admit that he hates America.
If Hillary Clinton can try to make politics more appealing by getting drunk, so can we.