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On Florida's Space Coast, Gingrich Aims For The Moon

During a campaign stop on Florida's Space Coast, Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich promised a permanent moon base within eight years if he's elected. The self-described space nut says his plans would provide a boost to the region that's been hit hard by the recession and the U.S. space program's uncertain future.
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Gingrich, Romney Battle For Florida's Spanish-Speaking Vote

Mitt Romney's and Newt Gingrich's campaigns are attacking each other in Spanish over Florida's radio waves. The Republican presidential candidates are attempting to pick up a significant Hispanic voting bloc days before Florida's primary.
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Activists Echo Obama's Call For Immigration Reform

Some are hopeful that the case of one local man, who was slated for deportation after calling the police to report a crime, may be revisited after President Obama's call for immigration reform.

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Rep. Ron Paul: The Interview Transcript

An edited transcript of Robert Siegel's interview with Rep. Ron Paul for All Things Considered.
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Breaking Down Obama's State Of The Union

Reid Wilson from National Journal Hotline and Tom Shoop from Government Executive help break down the reception and prospects for the agenda laid out in President Obama's State of the Union.

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Taking His Economic Message On The Road, Obama Touts Factory Jobs In Iowa

President Obama kicked off a three-day re-election road tour Wednesday, starting out at a manufacturing plant in Iowa. The president is promoting job growth in the manufacturing industry while defending the government's bailout of the auto industry.
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Battered And Bruised, Perry Returns To Texas

Gov. Rick Perry is back in Texas, after dropping out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination. He's returned battered and bruised, but he still has strong supporters in his home state.
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Giffords Makes A Tearful Farewell

Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords took to the House floor Wednesday one last time to say good-bye, for now, to her colleagues. It was an emotional scene as she handed in her resignation, a little more than a year after being gravely injured in an assassination attempt.

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