WATCH: Second presidential debate more sedate, substantive

The candidates tackled major policy issues, each landing sharp attacks.

With 11 days to go before the election, the two presidential candidates met face-to-face Thursday night for the final debate. This time there was no shouting and no constant interruption. The newly added mute button helped with that. The Commission on Presidential Debates implemented the tactic after the previous debate was anything but civil. The candidates tackled major policy issues with each landing sharp attacks. But the truth meter was buzzing off the chart. Will any of it help undecided voters in the final lap toward Nov. 3? Senior Correspondent David Cruz reports.