Golden (Colorado), Sep 14 : President Barack Obama said Thursday in an interview with EFE that he expects more anti-US protests in the Middle East in the coming days, but he added that "the United States can't withdraw from the region".
"My expectation is that we will continue to see protests over the course of the next few days but what I want to emphasize is that our diplomats are in harm's way every day in many of these posts but they do outstanding heroic work," the president said.
Colorado, Aug 24 : James Holmes, who allegedly killed 12 people during the screening of ''The Dark Knight Rises'' at a movie hall in Colorado, United States, had been banned from his college after making threats and failing a key exam six weeks before the shooting rampage.
The new claims against Holmes emerged as part of efforts to convince a judge to allow the prosecution access to 100 pages of education records subpoenaed from the University of Colorado, Denver, where he had been a neuroscience doctoral candidate.
Aspen (Colorado, U. S.) July 30: The U. S. Transportation Security Administration has enrolled government employees at three of America''s intelligence agencies in a program that allows them to pass through airport security with less hassle.
The TSA signed an agreement with Director of National Intelligence James Clapper in February to include members of the intelligence community in "pre check", reports Wired. com.
Aurora (Colorado, US), July 22 : Local authorities in this U. S. city said that all hazards have been removed from the booby-trapped apartment of the suspect involved in the Batman movie shooting rampage. Following a "controlled detonation" and robotic inspection, police entered James Holmes'' apartment here on Saturday afternoon, quickly removed a large amount of potentially explosive materials, and transported them to an undisclosed area. Police said the some 100 families evacuated from four surrounding apartment buildings could now move back into their homes.
Colorado, Oct 27 : Colorado Springs police cited a man who invited a woman to his home, then reported her as a burglar - after his girlfriend turned up unexpectedly.
Kevin Gaylor, 24, invited a woman he had met via the online service Craigslist to his home in the 4900 block of Picturesque Circle just after 3 a. m. so they could “get better acquainted,” police said.
When Gaylor''''s girlfriend also showed up at the door, Gaylor called police to report the other woman as a “burglary in progress,” police said.
Gaylor was cited on suspicion of false reporting to authorities, reports the Gazette. (ANI)
Colorado, July 29: Top former U. S. counter terrorism officials have warned that a chemical or biological attack by Al Qaeda and its offshoots remains a threat, despite the killing of terror leader Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad raid on May 2.
"We still have pockets of Al Qaeda around the world who see this as a key way to fight us, especially the offshoot in Yemen. The potential threat from Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is
very real", Fox News quoted National Counterterrorism Center former director Mike Leiter, as addressing the Aspen Security Forum.
The Fox News/Rasmussen Reports’ latest Obama vs McCain opinion polls show that Barack Obama is currently leading in Colorado, Missouri, and North Carolina, while John McCain is having slim lead in Florida and Ohio.
Colorado, Florida, Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio are battleground states. Let’s check out what the Fox News/Rasmussen Reports’ latest Obama vs McCain Colorado, Florida, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio polls show.
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Rasmussen Reports: Obama Leads McCain In Connecticut, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Missouri, Colorado, NevadaSubmitted by Jamie Williamson on Sat, 10/18/2008 - 06:21
Rasmussen Reports’ latest Obama vs McCain opinion polls show that Barack Obama is presently leading John McCain in the states of Connecticut, New York, Oregon, Missouri, Colorado, and Nevada; and in Ohio, Obama and McCain are statistically tied.
Zogby Interactive’s latest Obama vs McCain opinion polls show that Obama leads in Colorado, Florida, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, while McCain leads in Indiana and Ohio
The latest Obama vs McCain opinion polls, conducted by CNN/Time Magazine/Opinion Research, show that Barack Obama is presently leading John McCain, in the presidential race, in Colorado, Florida, and Virginia.
The latest Obama vs McCain Colorado opinion polls indicate that Barack Obama is presently in the state to win Colorado’s 9 electoral votes. According to poll, Obama is holding respectable lead over John McCain, in the presidential race, in the Centennial State.
Obama is presently hot popular in California and Colorado; that’s what the latest Obama vs McCain California, Colorado opinion polls indicate. According to the polls, Barack Obama is having hefty lead over John McCain, in presidential race, in California and Colorado.
Rasmussen Reports poll shows Obama’s lead in California, and Public Policy Polling poll shows Obama leading in Colorado. Let’s check out what these latest McCain vs Obama California, Colorado opinion polls show.
Defending their election procedures, election officials denied any wrongdoing with regard to the alleged illegal removal of voters from the rolls in six swing states - Colorado, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Nevada and North Carolina. This denial comes in response to a newspaper report that said tens of thousands of eligible voters have been removed from the rolls or kept from registering in these states.
Yes, the Obama vs McCain Colorado Polls are currently favoring Barack Obama. The latest polls indicate that Barrack Obama is leading John McCain in the presidential race in Colorado.
Obama is leading McCain by 7 – 6 % points in the polls conducted by Fox News/Rasmussen Reports and InsiderAdvantage/Poll Position respectively. Let’s check out what the latest McCain vs Obama Colorado Polls show.
Mason Dixon/Denver Post’s McCain vs Obama CO Poll, conducted from September 29 to October 1, showed Obama and McCain tied — 44 % to 44 % among the registered voters of Colorado.
The Sunday reports of The Columbus Dispatch say that according to a new poll, Democrat Obama has a seven-point lead over his Republican rival, John McCain. In Ohio, an important battleground state, the polls showed Obama leading McCain 49-42% among 2,262 likely voters. The poll, conducted by mail September 24-October 3, had the margin of sampling error as plus or minus 2.2 percentage points.