CBS Radio News at the second presidential debate.

"President Obama believes that millions of Americans have lost their homes, their jobs and their livelihood because he failed to tell a good story. Being president is not about telling stories. Being president is about leading, and President Obama has failed to lead. No wonder Americans are losing faith in his presidency."

MITT ROMNEY: BEING PRESIDENT IS NOT ABOUT TELLING STORIES

Boston, MA – Mitt Romney today made the following statement on President Obama’s comments on his biggest mistake as President.

Poll: Most think president can impact gas prices

WASHINGTON - When it comes to reducing the price of gasoline, a majority of Americans still seem to think the president wears tights and a cape and can leap tall buildings in a single bound. (Political Hotsheet report by Mark Knoller)

Gingrich: I’m more Southern than Romney

MOBILE, Ala. - As he crisscrosses Alabama and Mississippi this weekend, Newt Gingrich is trying to make the case that he’s the only presidential candidate who truly understands the South, partly by invoking his familiarity with one of its culinary staples. (Photos and Political Hotsheet report by Sarah Huisenga, CBS News and National Journal)

All of these lovely super Super Tuesday photos were taken by our friends at National Journal/CBS News: Sarah Boxer, Rebecca Kaplan, Lindsey Boerma, Sarah Huisenga, and Naureen Khan.  

CBS News’ Dustin Gervais wrapped up Super Tuesday by interviewing polling analyst Nick Barnets.

CBS News White House Correspondent Peter Maer profiles GOP candidate Michele Bachmann.

‎(Photos by Erin Hassanzadeh) As we gear up for our coverage of the Iowa Caucuses, take a look at what it takes behind the scenes to make it happen. Our work space used to be a hospital emergency room! (the hospital has been closed for a few years now..)

Howard Arenstein takes a look at how the President is viewing the November general election.

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-DG