HEMPSTEAD - President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney went head-to-head last night in a fiery face-off at Hofstra University that was very different from their first debate. A much more aggressive Obama took the stage this time in a town-hall style format that resulted in many more heated exchanges. The two candidates fielded questions on everything from gas prices to the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Libya. Political Analyst Larry Levy says Obama came out on top this time around. The third and final presidential debate is on Monday in Florida and will focus on foreign policy.

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