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By Fredreka Schouten WASHINGTON -- Democrat Barack Obama, who is on track to spend a record $230 million on television advertising, will punctuate his broadcast strategy Wednesday with prime-time commercials on CBS, NBC and Fox.
By Mike Snider Even though the last week of the presidential race lies ahead, there's already a winner: late-night comedy skits spread virally on the Web.
By David Jackson and Kathy Kiely Democrat Barack Obama delivered his new home-stretch speech as rival John McCain stressed the economy during separate visits Monday to Ohio, a state that historically has been a must-win for Republicans.
By David Jackson CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- Republican John McCain dismissed national polls and said Sunday that he is gaining ground on rival Barack Obama, while the Democratic nominee urged supporters in a key Western state to vote early.
Republican presidential nominee John McCain Sunday told supporters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, that if elected he will change Washington. McCain told those attending a campaign rally that Democratic nominee Barack Obama offers more of the same, CNN reported.
Barack Obama resumed his Democratic U.S. presidential campaign Saturday, pounding his Republican opponent, John McCain, as a clone of President George W. Bush.
China is trying to develop an advanced unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) as part of a strategy to combine civilian and military technology in weapons and nonmilitary equipment, according to an internal Chinese government document.
By Matt Kelley WASHINGTON -- As the presidential campaign heads into its final days, hundreds of workers are knocking on doors and calling voters in Wisconsin, trying to persuade them to vote for Democrat Barack Obama. They don't work for the Obama campaign.
By David Jackson President Bush's former press secretary Scott McClellan endorsed Barack Obama on Thursday, becoming the second Bush White House veteran this week to back the Democrat.
Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Barack Obama is leading Republican John McCain by 13 percentage points, a poll released Thursday indicated.
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