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CNN debunks false report about Obama | Allegations that Sen. Barack Obama was educated in a radical Muslim school known as a "madrassa" are not accurate, according to CNN reporting (CNN)
Obama school allegations said false | We don't focus on religion," said Hardi Priyono, deputy headmaster of the Basuki school, where Obama was educated as a child. "In our daily lives, we try to respect religion but we don't give preferential treatment." (The Washington Times)
Rivals CNN and Fox News spar over Obama report | A disputed report on the Web site of a conservative magazine about Senator Barack Obama's childhood schooling kicked off an exchange between the news networks CNN and Fox News. (The New York Times)
Campaign allegation a source of vexation | Conservative magazine raised questions about whether the Illinois senator had been schooled in Islamic radicalism when he was all of 6 years old (The Washington Post)
Romney and Mormonism
Can voters picture good Mormons as good leaders? | On a national level, the question has never been more politically important: Does being Mormon matter? (The Salt Lake Tribune)
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