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Obama Burger, Romney Omelette on Breakfast in America diner menu in Paris

The Obama Burger and Romney Omelette are being offered for 24 hours at the Breakfast in America diner.
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Breakfast in America diner in Paris (Facebook)
A diner in France is taking America's election battle into the kitchen.

Marijuana initiatives crop up on 6 state ballots

Initiatives to legalize the medicinal — and even recreational — use of marijuana have become major state ballot items in this year's general election.

Campaign 2012: All over but the counting

Election Day dawns, bringing an end to the campaign, but not to the divisions within the country.
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US President Barack Obama takes the stage during a campaign rally in Columbus, Ohio, on Nov. 5, 2012. After a grueling 18-month battle, the final US campaign day arrived Monday for Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney, two men on a collision course for the world's top job. (Jewel Samad/Getty Images)
COLUMBUS, Ohio — It could have been a sense of irony that prompted Mitt Romney to choose the music for his grand entrance into the Landmark Aviation hangar, where about 10,000 supporters had been waiting for hours. As his plane rolled in, the first stirring strains of Aaron Copeland’s “Fanfare for the Common Man” sounded, and the crowd went wild. The anything-but-common candidate and his wife smilingly accepted the deafening accolades of the adoring fans.

Obama on Monday Night Football: Chicago Bears can win Super Bowl (VIDEO)

President Obama, Mitt Romney make last-minute appeal for voters on Monday Night Football.
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ESPN's Chris Berman interviews President Barack Obama during halftime of the Philadelphia Eagles game against the New Orleans Saints in Louisiana on Monday Night Football, November 5, 2012. (ESPN/Screengrab)
As for Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts who grew up in Michigan, he admitted he was a Patriots fan.

Nomura believes Obama will win election, Republicans will control House

Nomura's senior political analyst Alastair Newton thinks president Obama will win a second term. While Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney seems to have a narrow lead at the national level, when it comes to battleground states, Obama still has a lead in the RealClearPolitics (RCP) average.  
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