John McCain (R) and Barack Obama (D) debate at the first 2008 Presidential Debate, from the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Miss.
Tom Brokaw asks the candidates what is their doctrine, regarding the use of military force.
Gwen Ifill asks how each of the candidates will reach across the aisle and work together.
Gwen Ifill asks Senator Biden and Sarah Palin about the differences between their tax policies.
The presidential candidates talk about how to deal with Russia in regards to the recent conflict with Georgia.
The candidates are asked how retired individuals will be helped during the current economic crisis.
Gwen Ifill asks Biden and Palin about views they've changed as they've gained experience over time.
Gwen Ifill asks Senator Biden and Sarah Palin to articulate how each of them value the vice-presidency and how they would fill that role.
Gwen Ifill asks Sarah Palin and Joe Biden how their administration would differ if either were to become president.
The candidates give their response to the current financial bail out and how it helps individuals.
The candidates are asked why they think their running mates are qualified to step in as president if needed.
The presidential candidates speak about how to move forward in Afghanistan.
The presidential candidates reply to a question regarding money and trust.
The candidates are asked how far they will go to defend Israel.
John McCain and Barack Obama Debate
Governor Palin and Senator Biden meet for the first time.
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