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April 24, 2001 | From Associated Press
With astronauts at the controls, the international space station's new 58-foot robot arm took its first baby step Monday, lifting one hand and putting it down 24 feet away. "Congratulations. You've just added a new part of the station," radioed Mission Control. "We've got a lot of excited people up here," replied space station astronaut Susan Helms.
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August 13, 2012 | By Seema Mehta
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - As soon as Paul Ryan was picked as Mitt Romney's running mate, speculation spiked about whether the Wisconsin congressman's controversial proposal to reform Medicare would harm the GOP ticket's prospects among seniors, notably in this battleground state. On Monday, as Romney stumped on Florida's Gold Coast, he addressed the matter head-on, arguing that Ryan and Republicans seek to protect the healthcare program for the elderly, whereas President Obama has gutted it. Paul has “come up with ideas that are very different from the president's.
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August 13, 2012 | By Seema Mehta
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - As soon as Paul Ryan was picked as Mitt Romney's running mate, speculation spiked about whether the Wisconsin congressman's controversial proposal to reform Medicare would harm the GOP ticket's prospects among seniors, notably in this battleground state. On Monday, as Romney stumped on Florida's Gold Coast, he addressed the matter head-on, arguing that Ryan and Republicans seek to protect the healthcare program for the elderly, whereas President Obama has gutted it. Paul has “come up with ideas that are very different from the president's.
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April 24, 2001 | From Associated Press
With astronauts at the controls, the international space station's new 58-foot robot arm took its first baby step Monday, lifting one hand and putting it down 24 feet away. "Congratulations. You've just added a new part of the station," radioed Mission Control. "We've got a lot of excited people up here," replied space station astronaut Susan Helms.
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