Originally aired: Tuesday, October 16, 2012
President Obama gets another chance to take on Mitt Romney in tonight's debate. Meanwhile, the head of an Ohio charity says Paul Ryan and his campaign staff "ramrodded" their way into his soup kitchen to take fake photos of the VP candidate "washing dishes" after the kitchen was already closed and cleaned-up. // We have a leaked list of rules that the candidates agreed to before the debates, and it kind of takes all the fun out of debates. Dave plays tape from a previous town hall, when these rules were not followed...and it led to great debate. // Sound Transit's north commuter rail line carries only 1,125 passengers per day. That means it costs tax payers $29 per passenger, per trip. We find out why that is from Kimberly Reason, a spokesperson with Sound Transit. // A British man accused of the "biggest military computer hack of all time" will not be sent to the US to stand trial, maybe because he was mostly looking for UFO evidence.