1. CHEAPSKATE?

    News Outlets Dispute Romney Bills

    BOSTON, MA - NOVEMBER 07:  Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, waves to the crowd while speaking at the podium as he concedes the presidency during Mitt Romney's campaign election night event at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on November 7, 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts. After voters went to the polls in the heavily contested presidential race, networks projected incumbent U.S. President Barack Obama has won re-election against Republican candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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    Several top news organizations are being stuck with the bill—and they’re not happy about it. A letter signed by numerous top news editors leaked Monday, in which they dispute expenses being billed to their reporters by the Romney campaign. “Recent invoices from your campaign have raised serious questions about the charges you have forwarded to us for travel with Mitt Romney,” the letter says. Editors from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, Financial Times, AFP, Yahoo, and Buzzfeed have all signed the letter. Egregious charges include $745 for a vice presidential debate viewing party and $812 for a meal and a hold.

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