On Monday, U.S. News & World Report will bring together its reporters, experts and commentators to help voters separate reality from rhetoric in a live blog that will update continuously as the third and final presidential debate unfolds Monday. With the polls tight, the country evenly split and the issues stark, the stakes for the White House have never been higher.
On October 22, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Democratic President Barack Obama square off at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., to outline their visions for how America should approach its national security interests, deal with foreign governments and structure its military over the next four years. Many analysts gave Romney the win in the candidates' first debate at the University of Denver in Colorado, while others chalked up the second presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York as an Obama victory. With little more than two weeks to go before election day, the last debate at Lynn University is make or break for the two candidates seeking to sway those last few undecided voters.
Be sure to tune in October 22 as we help provide context, check the facts and add perspective to what could be a heated foreign policy debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney.