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Presidential debate: Mitt Romney and Barack Obama face off a final time

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President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney square off Monday (Oct. 22) at 9 p.m. Et/6 p.m. Pt in their final debate before Election Day on Nov. 6. With just two weeks left until the election, the stakes are high for these candidates, so what can viewers expect during the final showdown?

Here's a basic rundown:

"Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer will be moderating the debate, which takes place this time at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. The focus will be on foreign policy, and the format will be an unstructured discussion similar to the first debate.

The candidates will have 15 minutes to answer each of six questions -- assuming they can get to all of the questions, which didn't happen during the first debate.

Barring any breaking news, the discussion topics will encompass the following six themes:

- America's role in the world     

- Our longest
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Iranian TV Trumpets Oscar Win As Victory Over Israel

Iranian TV Trumpets Oscar Win As Victory Over Israel
Getty Images “A Separation” Director Asghar Farhadi poses with the trophy for best foreign language film in the press room at the 84th Annual Academy Awards on February 26, 2012 in Hollywood, California.

Iran’s state TV is reportedly portraying last night’s Oscar win by the Iranian film “A Separation” as a victory over Israel. But in his acceptance speech last night, the filmmaker behind the critically-acclaimed movie sought to avoid political entanglements.

According to a report in the Associated Press,
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Tehran Meets Tinseltown at the Golden Globes

Tehran Meets Tinseltown at the Golden Globes
Sony Pictures Classics Leila Hatami, left, and Peyman Moadi in “A Separation.”

The star of “A Separation,” which is up for best foreign language film at tonight’s Golden Globes, hopes that a win will help the Iranian movie find a global audience.

Peyman Moadi, the leading man in “A Separation,” will be on hand at the Golden Globes in Los Angeles to root for his Persian-language film. In the critically-acclaimed drama, directed by Asghar Farhadi, Moadi plays a middle-class
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Dani Filth Appearing at 'Death and the Devil' Fest

To celebrate the launch of their amazing new book The Gospel of Filth, Cradle of Filth frontman Dani Filth and occult writer Gavin Baddeley will be appearing at London's Hammersmith Riverside Studios, along with Hellraiser star Doug 'Pinhead' Bradley (who has also lent his voice to several Cradle of Filth albums) and indie filmmaker Frazer Lee (Red Lines) for the 'Death and the Devil' festival: a day-long marathon saluting several classics of satanic cinema. Hit the jump for the complete event lineup! The twelve-hour fest, which is scheduled to begin at 11Am on Saturday, November 21st, is sponsored by esteemed alt-publishers Fab Press. Bradley will be playing host to the film series, which will include cult...
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