Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. March 29, 2012.
The gender gap – the difference in support for a candidate among women and men – is about as wide today as it was at this point in the campaign four years ago. In March 2008, both Democratic candidates, Obama and Hillary Clinton, had narrower overall leads over John McCain than Obama has today. Obama ran about even with McCain among men, but he led by 14 points among women (53% to 39%). Clinton trailed among men, yet also led by 14 points among women.
Federal Trade Commission. March 2012.
http://www.ftc.gov/os/2012/03/120326privacyreport.pdf [PDF formet, 112 pages].
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. March 23, 2012.
Despite the continued decline in U.S. tuberculosis (TB) cases and rates since 1993, the 2011 rate of 3.4 per 100,000 population has not achieved the 2010 goal of TB elimination (less than one case per 1,000,000) established in 1989. Although TB cases and rates decreased among foreign-born and U.S.-born persons in 2011, foreign-born persons and U.S.-born racial/ethnic minorities continue to be affected disproportionately.
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/pdf/wk/mm6111.pdf [PDF format, 32 pages].
Center for a New American Security. March 21, 2012.
On March 21st, Dr. Colin H. Kahl, CNAS Senior Fellow, testified before the House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee. He discussed the Iranian threat to the United States and the possible consequences of U.S. military action against Iran’s nuclear program. [Note: contains copyrighted material].