Who Will Win In Pennsylvania, Obama Or Romney?

Last days before election the candidates were making their final push, and part of that effort was focused on Pennsylvania. Republican Mitt Romney made a stop in Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, Pennsylvania, on Sunday evening.
He was met with
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Close Presidential Race Puts Focus on U.S. Electoral System

By Stephen Kaufman Staff Writer U.S. political polling on how Americans are likely to vote November 6, particularly in hotly contested swing states, has generated many predictions that the contest between President Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is going to be very close. Because U.S. presidents (more...)

Pennsylvania: Power Should Be Restored Soon

According to CBS News, " the following power outages remain as a result of Hurricane Sandy in Pa., NJ and Delaware. November 2, 2012: PECO: 110,000 (next update is mid-morning) -Bucks County: 62,500…Most Bucks County outages are in Bristol, Northampton, and Falls -Montgomery County: 36,000 -Chester County: 5,000 -Delaware County: 3,500 -Philadelphia County: 3,000 JCP&L: 706,176 -Burlington County: (more...)

In Storm-Ravaged New Jersey, Community Needs Transcend Politics

President Obama, center, and Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Craig Fugate, left, watch New Jersey Governor Chris Christie greet storm victims at Brigantine Beach Community Center. Obama, the Democratic nominee to the U.S. presidency, toured devastated areas of New Jersey on October 31 with Christie, an outspoken supporter

U.S. Response to Natural Disasters Taps Broad Range of Assets

By Bridget Hunter Staff Writer When disaster strikes the nation, all elements of the U.S. government work together to save and sustain lives and restore livelihoods. Superstorm Sandy is no exception. At the direction of President Obama, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), working closely with state and local governments, (more...)

International Observers Arrive in U.S. for 2012 Elections

By Stephen Kaufman Staff Writer Many countries around the world invite election observers from American nongovernmental organizations like The Carter Center and the International Republican Institute to help verify that the process is free and fair. But when it is the United States’ turn, who assesses whether the (more...)

The North-Eastern USA After Hurricane Sandy

Super-storm Sandy has devastated parts of the US east coast. According to the media, at least 40 people have been killed, millions are without power. New York is among the worst-hit, with flooding low-lying streets and wiping out power. 18 people have been killed In New York (more...)

“The U.S. Election: A Bi-National Dialogue”

The U.S. Embassy in Moscow invites you to join us for “The U.S. Election: A Bi-National Dialogue,” a live U.S./Russia videoconference moderated by Andrew Bennett (Georgetown University) and Tatiana Shakleina [Moscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO)]. “The U.S. Election: A Bi-National Dialogue” will feature a lively exchange of perspectives on (more...)

“Perversion Files” About The Boy Scout Organization

The Boy Scouts of America  is one of the largest youth organizations in the U.S., that was  incorporated in 1910.  The organization has 2.7 million youth members and over 1 million adult volunteers. The BSA goal is to train youth in responsible citizenship, (more...)

The Third and Final Presidential Debate is Today

The second presidential debate between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and President Obama offered the only opportunity for American voters, rather than just a debate moderator, to pose questions to both candidates. Their chosen topics reflected a U.S. electorate whose main concern is the state of the (more...)

Wisconsin: Shooting at Azana Hair Salon

According to NBC News, three people have been killed, and four others injured, after a lone gunman man starting shooting at the Azana Hair Salon and Spa a beauty spa in Brookfield in Wisconsin. A large number of police had arrived at the Azana spa after witnesses said (more...)

U.S., China to Consider Sharing Resources During Joint Missions

By Donna Miles
American Forces Press Service
This article was originally posted October 12 to the Department of Defense website.
Washington — In what U.S. Pacific Command’s logistics chief calls a groundbreaking development, officials from the United States and China plan to meet to discuss sharing logistical resources, including fuel, as

U.S. Envoy at OSCE on Parliamentary Elections in Georgia

United States Mission to the OSCE As delivered By Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Christopher Midura to the Permanent Council, Vienna October 15, 2012 Statement on Parliamentary Elections in Georgia On October 2, the United States Department of State released a statement by Secretary Hillary Clinton on last week’s parliamentary elections in Georgia. I

Both Political Parties Court America’s Most Reliable Voters

By Stephen Kaufman
Staff Writer
U.S. presidential candidates spend much of their campaigns discussing plans for entitlement programs like Social Security, Medicare and the American health system for a very important reason: U.S. seniors, who are most immediately affected by these types of government assistance, are paying close (more...)

Voter Registration: Last Day

According to CBS News, today, October 9th, is the last day to send in your Pennsylvania voter registration forms. In a last-minute rush, thousands of voters across the state turned in voter registration forms . Reminder: if you want to vote in Pennsylvania you must be 18, be a US (more...)


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