"This was an attack by terrorists and calls into question the president's whole policy in the Middle East," Romney says of the handling of the Libya attack.
ANALYSIS: Not to say there aren't serious questions about lapses in Libya, but the focus on this attack - and the extent to which Romney has tried to grab onto it - demonstrates the unanticipated advantage Democrats have had on foreign policy and national security this cycle.
"I'm the president and I am always responsible" -- Obama takes responsibility for terrorist attack on his watch in Libya.
FACT CHECK FOLLOW-UP: No women partners at Bain Capital during Romney's tenure. Private equity was a male-dominated field in the '80s and '90s when Romney ran the firm. It remains so today, although Bain now has a number of women partners.
As the debate winds down, the spin room in the media center is filling up.
Woman asks Romney about outsourcing jobs and how to stop it.
Romney says the country has to make it more attractive to foreign investment, while also going after China for trade infractions.
ANALYSIS: We're in the waning minutes here, and Obama has yet to raise Romney's "47 percent" comments. I'm not sure he has needed it, but it's the one thing lots of people on the left wanted to hear. Will they be disappointed?
ANALYSIS: Obama said he will close tax loopholes that allow employers to deduct the cost of their expenses if they move off-shore. That's a key tax break for many companies. Romney has not been as specific when he talks about loopholes and which ones he will close.