Originally aired: Friday, October 26, 2012
There's more good economic news today (but of course no one will give Obama credit for fixing the economy, since he didn't wave a magic wand and fix it in two seconds.) // Lena Dunham (the young woman behind the HBO show "Girls") has created an ad for the Obama campaign that has Romney supporters steaming, because it sounds like she's talking about sex, but really she's talking about voting. GASP! // Luke wants to know if political ads are less effective in the age of TiVo. // Romney surrogate John Sununu says Colin Powell endorsed Obama only because both men have dark skin. // A news report uncovers widespread leaks in the new 520 pontoons. We talk to Washington State Transportation Secretary Paula Hammond. // ROSS-COLORED GLASSES: The man who shot seven women in a Wisconsin day spa this weekend bought his weapon the day before the attack, despite a 48 hour background check law. He exploited a "gun show" loophole. // Seattle Times fact checks its own ads, turns out their not entirely true. // We have a little more detail about how and where fugitive land developer Michael Mastro was living in Italy.