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For October 15, 2012 – Barack Obama expected to 'come out swinging' at Tuesday's debate, Pakistani teen activist on way to Britain to recover from shooting by Taliban and Stephen Colbert says he can't tell differences between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama...
• Barack Obama expected to 'come out swinging' at Tuesday's debate: "After near-universal bad reviews of his first presidential debate with Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama will bring more energy and passion to his second showdown with the GOP nominee, advisers to the president said Sunday."
• Pakistani teen activist on way to Britain to recover from shooting by Taliban: "Malala Yousufzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl activist shot in the head by the Taliban, is on her way to Britain for treatment as she struggles to overcome her injuries, the Pakistani military said Monday."
• Nobel Prize for economics awarded to two U.S. economists: "Alvin E. Roth of Harvard University and Lloyd Shapley of UCLA have been awarded the Nobel Prize in economics for their work in market design and matching theory, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced Monday."
• Retail sales surge on gas, autos and electronics: "Higher gas prices and strong car and electronics sales combined to lift retail sales in September, the government reported Monday."
• Stephen Colbert says he can't tell differences between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama: "Comedian Stephen Colbert says it will make a difference whether President Barack Obama or Mitt Romney wins the election in November – but he doesn't know what that difference will be."