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Topic: Presidential debates

How the Dictionary Triumphed on Twitter During the Presidential Debate

Inside Merriam-Webster's real-time word lessons

Merriam-Webster stole the show on Twitter during Monday night's presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, correcting the candidates' bad word usage. He was trying for braggadocio. #debatenight #debates https://t.co/kX2W3xEROR…

What Stephen Colbert Has in Store for Tonight's Late Show Post-Debate Live Episode

And how July's conventions 'energized' the show

No one is more excited for tonight's first presidential debate than Stephen Colbert and his Late Show With Stephen Colbert staff, led by executive producer and showrunner Chris Licht. "It's going…

GOP Votes to Punish NBC, CNN Over Hillary Clinton Programming

Won't partner with the nets for 2016 debates

The Republican National Committee unanimously voted this morning not to partner with CNN and NBC News for any presidential debates during the 2016 election cycle, a rebuke of the networks’ plans…

Romney-Obama Tilt Draws 65.6 Million Viewers

NBC, ABC, Twitter among the night's biggest winners

The clear winner of presidential debate No. 2: television. Last night’s town hall debate between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney drew an average 65.6 million viewers on…

Obama Ad Ruffles Big Bird's Feathers

Sesame Workshop says it's nonpartisan

Big Bird may have gone to Congress to push the government to preserve public broadcasting budgets, but that doesn't mean the Sesame Street character likes to be in the thick…

Reddit Goes on Tour

Adweek has a seat on the bus as Reddit swings through the heartland

Greetings from Denver! Adweek has arrived in Colorado just hours before Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are set to square off in the first of three presidential debates. But we're…

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