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Pennsylvania governor narrows gap but trails in re-election bid: poll

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 11:57
By David DeKok HARRISBURG Pa. (Reuters) - Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett is closing in but still trails his Democratic challenger among likely voters in next week's gubernatorial election, a poll showed on Wednesday. Democrat Tom Wolf leads 53 to 40 percent over the Republican incumbent, according to the Franklin & Marshall College poll. The latest results show the gap is narrowing. A Quinnipiac University poll had Wolf with a 17-point lead in early October.
Chris Christie on potential Ebola quarantine lawsuit: "Whatever"
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 10:56
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is brushing off the threat of a potential lawsuit from a nurse who was quarantined after returning from West Africa with a flippant, "Whatever." "I've been sued lots of times before. Get in line. I'm happy to take it on," Christie said Tuesday while campaigning for fellow Republicans in New England. PlayVideoPolitics and Power
Mitt Romney boosts Thom Tillis in North Carolina Senate race
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 09:56
In the closing days of his campaign, North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis is benefiting from some high-profile help. An ad released Wednesday by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the powerful business lobby, features 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney praising Tillis and urging voters to support his candidacy. "If you want to shake up Washington, then you candidate is Thom Tillis," Romney says in the ad. "Thom will roll up his sleeves and…
Jeb Bush pans Obama's "incompetent" response to Ebola
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 09:56
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Tuesday that President Obama's "incompetent" early response to the Ebola virus created a sense of fear among the American public that "may not be justified." Bush, who's mulling a presidential bid in 2016, said the president should have been more "clear and concise" about the government's handling of the virus during an appearance at Vanderbilt University, according to the Associated Press. PlayVideoUp To The Minute
Dogs, Jean-Claude van Damme trucks in McConnell ad
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 09:12
Washington (CNN) -- Just a week before heading to the polls, voters in Kentucky might not be able to shake the image of Sen. Mitch McConnell chuckling while surrounded by bloodhounds. McConnell's latest campaign spot posted Monday highlights the Senate Minority Leader's lighter side, an image McConnell's campaign strategists hope will stick as voters walk into the voting booth. The ad, which the Hill reported was a six-figure television buy, is a startling contrast to…
Global TB-diabetes epidemic looms, experts warn
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:04
Paris (AFP) - A report warned Wednesday of a looming tuberculosis-diabetes epidemic as the two diseases intertwine in many countries, driven in part by a rise in unhealthy lifestyles. Having diabetes triples a person's risk of contracting TB, which killed about 1.5 million people last year, said the report compiled by the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and the World Diabetes Foundation. A growing link has been observed between diabetes -- a disease…
Do Americans believe there should be a quarantine to deal with Ebola?
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 05:53
By Sarah Dutton, Jennifer De Pinto, Anthony Salvanto and Fred Backus A new CBS News poll finds that Americans overwhelmingly support quarantine for travelers arriving from West Africa. Eighty percent think U.S. citizens and legal residents returning from West Africa should be quarantined upon their arrival in the U.S. until it is certain they don't have Ebola. Just 17 percent think they should be allowed to enter as long as they do not show symptoms…
Why U.S. green groups are talking about abortion this election
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 05:53
By Andy Sullivan DENVER (Reuters) - Green billionaire Tom Steyer vowed to make the November congressional elections about climate change. Now he's talking about abortion and the economy to get his candidates across the finish line. Steyer, a hedge fund manager turned environmentalist, launched a state-of-the-art operation to push voters to elect governors and senators willing to confront global warming. His NextGen Climate Action political committee is on track to spend more than $55 million…
Sound like a political junkie with these 2014 midterm facts
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 05:10
(CNN) -- The midterm elections are next week. How much do you think you know? If you don't know much, we've got you covered. Here are some fun facts to put on the fast track to sounding like a political junkie. 1. What makes Iowa Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst so special? Well, if elected, she'll be the first woman, ever, to serve Iowa in Congress. Also, there's more: 2. Let's see if you can…
Supreme Court to decide if boy can list 'Israel' as passport birthplace
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 05:10
The US Supreme Court has upheld Menachem Zivotofsky's request to have Israel listed as his place of birth on a US Passport. STORY HIGHLIGHTSBoy is a U.S. citizen born in JerusalemThe State Department won't allow the use of 'Israel' as a birthplace on U.S. passportsThe Supreme Court will hear the case Nov.

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