Some of the stories this week really had us wondering, "Is this for real?" Like the Congressman who brought a baby to work...
A salute to a nonpartisan group of people with extraordinary influence on the country's future. moms
The nation's capital made a big appearance at the Oscars, but Washington D.C. isn't new to the movie world.
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By Candy Crowley, CNN Chief Political Correspondent
We were somewhere down South in the back half of October 1996. I believe we were in a theater. I remember thinking how terrible the lighting was, how small and deflated the crowd.
I remember the look on the candidate's face.
With less than a week to go before Election Day Candy answers your questions about Election Day. This week Candy answers five questions from Twitter and one from Facebook on the electoral college, Superstorm Sandy and election predictions. Thanks for all the questions and check back next week for your chance to Ask Candy.
By Candy Crowley
Washington (CNN) - The beauty of being a president and a candidate is that when a monster storm stalks up the East Coast you can run over to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and be seen as a president on the job.
Which also works if you are reapplying.
"It's so important for us to respond big and respond fast as local information starts coming in," President Barack Obama said at FEMA.
Candy Crowley on how she is preparing to moderate the debate and what it means to her. She moderates Oct 16 debate
Candy Crowley on her role as a debate moderator and what the voters want to hear from the debates.
Candy Crowley on her approach to moderating the debate and the thing that keeps her awake at night.