Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, US), Apr. 27 : A senior Obama administration official has said the controversy surrounding the outsourcing of jobs from the United States to India or China will always be a "hot button issue", especially around the time of elections in his country, but added that he sees economic relations between Washington and New Delhi remaining balanced and progressing along expected lines.
Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, US), Apr. 27 : A senior official of the Obama administration has said that while there will be a discussion in Washington and New Delhi on nuclear safety issues in the wake of the March 11 nuclear plant crisis in Japan, civil nuclear cooperation between the United States and India will continue to maintain momentum.
Washington, Mar 12: A new study has demonstrated how neurons in the noses of mice mature after birth to help them develop a keen sense of smell they identify the mother or siblings with.
Minghong Ma at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine found that between birth and day 30 of development, normal neurons become six times more sensitive to their sibling’s scent, in this case, a fragrance called lyral.
Also, the mice transition from a relative indiscriminate response to different odors to being highly attuned to one specific smell.
The latest Obama vs McCain pre-election opinion polls show that Barack Obama is currently leading John McCain in Minnesota and Pennsylvania, while the latter is leading is in West Virginia.
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
A long-serving congressional lawmaker for Western Pennsylvania, John Murtha, said in an interview with The Pittsburgh Post Gazette that though his home base is a racist area, Obama should win by about 4 percentage points. Noting the small estimated victory margin, the Democratic representative said: “I think Obama is going to win, but I don’t think it’s going to be a runaway. I think he wins Pennsylvania.”
Survey USA’s latest Obama vs McCain Ohio, Pennsylvania opinion polls show that Barack Obama is presently having a respectable lead over John McCain in the presidential race, in Ohio and Pennsylvania, which are crucial battleground states.
At an early morning rally in North Philadelphia, Democrat Barack Obama appreciated the attempts of his Republican rival, John McCain, to tamp down heated comments from his supporters at a town-hall-style meeting in Minnesota on Friday. Obama was speaking at the first of four ‘mini-rallies’ in the city, before a mostly African-American audience. He spent Friday evening appearing at his two biggest fund-raisers in the city since June, taking in more than $5 million.
The latest results of the opinion polls from the Swing States show that Barack Obama has gained edge over John McCain, in the presidential race, in the battleground states. According to the polls, Obama is currently holding lead over John McCain in Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, and North Carolina.
Here’re the latest results of Obama vs McCain polls from Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina.
To spur Democrat Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, the United Auto Workers (UAW) union has launched a $3 million advertising campaign in four battleground states – the key manufacturing states of Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania. More than half of the one million active and retired members of the UAW live in one of those four states, all of which are in play in the election.
Well, the recent Obama vs McCain Pennsylvania polls show that Barack Obama has a big chance of winning the Keystone State’s electoral votes this fall. According to the polls, Obama has a big lead over John McCain, in the presidential race, in Pennsylvania.
Obama leads McCain in all the recent PA polls, conducted by Muhlenberg College/Morning Call, Quinnipiac University, SurveyUSA, and Rasmussen Reports. Let’s check out what the recent McCain vs Obama Pennsylvania polls show.
According to Matthew Jaffe, ABC News, Democratic vice-presidential candidate Joe Biden has canceled campaign events this weekend due to what his campaign called a serious illness in the family of the Delaware senator’s wife, Jill Biden.
Fox Channel reported that Biden’s scheduled campaign events for Saturday included a Washington, DC fundraiser, and a speech at the Human Rights Campaign National Dinner, and events for Sunday included rallies in Roanoke and Richmond, Virginia.
The latest Obama vs McCain Pennsylvania Polls indicate that Barrack Obama has a fair chance of winning in Pennsylvania’s electoral votes this fall. The polls show Obama having respectable lead over his Republican adversary, John McCain, in the presidential race, in Pennsylvania.
It appears that Barack Obama is statistically little ahead in the presidential race, in the purple states (swing states or battleground states). According to the Fox News/Rasmussen Reports’ Obama vs McCain polls conducted in the states of Colorado, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, Obama has little edge over John McCain.
During the course of her swing through the Democratic stronghold, Philadelphia, Republican vice presidential nominee, Sarah Palin, accompanied by her 14-year old daughter, Willow, spent about 45 minutes at a downtown eatery. She sipped a skinny white chocolate mocha and talked privately with four military moms, whose children are serving in the military overseas. Her own son, 19-year-old Track, too is deploying for service in Iraq.