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Obama, Romney clash over outsourcing to India, China

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney clashed over outsourcing with the Republican challenger vowing to get tough with China and the president suggesting that his rival's plans would create jobs, but in China or India or Germany.

Prez debate: polls show Obama as winner in round 2

US President Barack Obama today scored a clear victory over Mitt Romney in the high-stake second presidential debate, putting up a combative performance as he slammed his Republican presidential rival on issues like outsourcing and Libya.

Obama has failed to lay out second term agenda: Romney

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has accused Barack Obama of failing to outline a second term agenda, mocking the incumbent US President for 'running on fumes.'

US polls: candidates vie for women voters

The Hofstra University debate didn’t end Tuesday night. It continued Wednesday with the candidates taking their battle straight to voters, specially women voters. Yashwant Raj reports.

Just for laughs: Obama, Romney cease fire

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney put the campaigning on hold for a few hours Thursday night for a presidential race tradition — poking fun at each other at a New York dinner. Yashwant Raj reports.

US President to be sworn in on January 21

The next US President to be elected through on November 6 polls will be sworn in on January 21 and not on the constitutionally mandated date of January 20, as it falls on a Sunday.

Buoyant Obama picks on ‘Romnesia’

US President Barack Obama’s campaign put out a new attack line against Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Friday that says he suffers from a medical condition called ‘Romnesia’. Yashwant Raj reports.

Obama won the second presidential debate: poll

US President Barack Obama comprehensively won the second presidential debate in New York against his Republican rival Mitt Romney as the latter lost one point in his national lead, new poll numbers released by Gallup has said.

Obama heads to hills, Romney to beach for debate prep

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney began boning up on foreign policy Saturday ahead of their final debate, with the president opting for Camp David's seclusion and Romney jetting to the showdown site in Florida.

Obama, Romney brace for foreign policy debate clash

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are spending the weekend hammering out their foreign policy battle lines ahead of their final debate, dropping off the campaign trail and dispatching their running mates to court voters in battleground states. Obama-Romney round II: Poll debate heats up video-icon

Obama, Romney brace for foreign policy debate clash

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are spending the weekend hammering out their foreign policy battle lines ahead of their final debate, dropping off the campaign trail and dispatching their running mates to court voters in battleground states.

Final debate puts focus on foreign policy clashes

There's not much that the campaigns of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney agree upon these days, except for this: The 2012 presidential election remains to be won or lost in the next 16 days because neither side has been able to close the deal with voters. Karen Tumulty reports.

Obama, Romney tied in latest poll

A new pull puts US President Barack Obama and his Republican rival, Mitt Romney dead even in their race for the White House on the eve of their final televised debate.


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