Priorities USA Bain Capital Ad Attacks Mitt Romney As Crossroads GPS Seeks To Humanize Candidate Priorities USA Action, the super PAC backing President Barack Obama, released a new Bain Capital-centric ad Tuesday that targets ... "Mitt and David" began airing in Wisconsin and Ohio on Tuesday morning as part of a one week, $4.2 million ad buy. 10/23/2012 - 9:08 am | View Link
Dem super PAC moves away from Bain attacks Tampa, Florida (CNN) - The Democratic super PAC Priorities USA said a new television ... closed after being acquired by Bain Capital. That spot never aired as a paid advertisement on television except for one mistaken airing in Ohio. It did, however ... 08/28/2012 - 2:28 am | View Link
Obama Super PAC Blames ‘Station Error’ for Cancer Ad Broadcast But Priorities USA suggested the airing was accidental ... The Priorities USA ad shows a worker, Joe Soptic, who was laid off from a company owned by Bain Capital and lost his healthcare coverage. He then watched his wife die of cancer. 08/15/2012 - 7:10 am | View Link
Is Priorities USA is just getting warmed up with Soptic cancer ad? He notes that ads featuring these “victims” are already “in the can,” though Priorities USA has apparently expressed reservations about airing them ... losing his job and health insurance after Bain liquidated his company. Scrutiny of the details ... 08/11/2012 - 9:18 am | View Link
Marsha Blackburn calls on Obama to call on group to pull down ad Marsha Blackburn issued a statement Wednesday calling on President Barack Obama to ask Priorities USA to stop airing an ad that links Mitt Romney ... coverage when the mill he worked for was closed by Bain Capital, the private equity firm Romney led. 08/8/2012 - 11:19 am | View Link
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The National Security Agency and its closest allies planned to hijack data links to Google and Samsung app stores to infect smartphones with spyware, a top-secret document reveals. The surveillance project was launched by a joint electronic eavesdropping unit called the Network Tradecraft Advancement Team, which includes spies from each of the countries in the Five Eyes alliance the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia.
"We looked at the basic timeline revealed by similar stone points, and it shows that humans were using them in Europe before they appeared in the Levant - the opposite of what we'd expect if the innovation had led to the humans' migration from Africa to Europe," said Dr. Kadowaki.
Earlier this week, outlaw motorcycle clubs engaged in a daylight gun battle in Waco, Texas. This combat involved hundreds of people. The mall where the riot occurred was left resembling a war zone, with hundreds of spent bullet cartridges strewn about, broken bodies everywhere, and police and other local municipal services overwhelmed.
WASHINGTON Iran has entered the fight to retake a major Iraqi oil refinery from Islamic State militants, contributing small numbers of troops including some operating artillery and other heavy weapons in support of advancing Iraqi ground forces, U. S. defense officials said Friday. Two U. S. defense officials said Iranian forces have taken a significant offensive role in the Beiji operation in recent days, in conjunction with Iraqi Shiite militia.
Sometime about 220 million years ago, a meandering stream flowed here and plants grew along its banks. Something, as yet unknown, caused sediment to flood the area rapidly, which helped preserve the plants. Gulbranson splits open a grey slab of siltstone in the quarry to reveal amazingly well-preserved Triassic plant fossils, as if the leaves and stems had been freshly pressed into the rock only yesterday.
Ater a lengthy debate, the Senate approved a contentious bill on Friday that would grant President Obama the power to speed up passage of trade deals, but a tougher battle is expected in the House. The 62-37 vote to give the president so-called fast-track authority is a big boost for his top economic priority, bringing him closer to his goal of forging an ambitious Pacific free-trade accord known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.