Here are the top political headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:
- Laying out 2 visions for US role in final debate: President Obama and Mitt Romney nodded to areas of agreement, but still found plenty of ways to disagree over US foreign policy and approaches in the Middle East. Globe politics reporters Brian MacQuarrie and Matt Viser recap.
- On big issues, goals are similar, but styles differ: On the most substantive questions, Mitt Romney had trouble explaining what he would do differently from President Obama when it comes to foreign policy. Washington bureau chief Christopher Rowland and politics reporter Bryan Bender detail.
- Obama gives his strongest debate performance: The president dissected Mitt Romney's foreign policy views, suggesting he lacked the familiarity, consistency, and forward-looking approach to be an effective president. Boston.com politics editor Glen Johnson analyzes.