Dream Cabinet for conservatives, reality Cabinet for Romney Petraeus could now easily follow the trail blazed by former ... in the pages of the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times are also quite common picks for the Cabinet of presidents from either party. And, incoming presidents avoid choices that could ... 08/26/2012 - 1:16 am | View Link
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Petraeus latest name in Romney VP buzz Tim Pawlenty, Rob Portman, Marco Rubio, Kelly Ayotte, Bob McDonnell, Paul Ryan, Bobby Jindal and Chris Christie — all of them considered potential picks. Petraeus, meantime, who served as the top commander in Iraq and Afghanistan, has repeatedly said he ... 08/7/2012 - 2:26 pm | View Link
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Petraeus the latest name in Romney VP buzz, with choice of No. 2 expected soon Tim Pawlenty, Rob Portman, Marco Rubio, Kelly Ayotte, Bob McDonnell, Paul Ryan, Bobby Jindal and Chris Christie — all of them considered potential picks. Petraeus, meantime, who served as the top commander in Iraq and Afghanistan, has repeatedly said he ... 08/6/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Even as giant U. S. coal companies bemoan the Obama Administration’s plan to reduce carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants, a federal agency’s long history of protecting industry interests could hand coal companies a victory and threaten an otherwise impressive climate record. The coal industry has loudly and publicly decried the administration’s Clean Power Plan, saying it would “place the U.
A billion-dollar telescope designed to provide the most detailed map yet of the Milky Way is ready to start work after teething problems, the European Space Agency (ESA) said on Tuesday.
“Following extensive in-orbit commissioning and several unexpected challenges… Gaia is now ready to begin its science mission,” the agency said.
Launched on December 19, the 740-million-euro ($990-million) device is the most advanced space telescope ever built by Europe.
It seeks to compile an “astronomical census” of around a billion stars, repeatedly observing them from the so-called Lagrange point L2, a position 1.5 million kilometres (937,000 miles) from Earth.
Data on the distance, speed, direction and motion of these stars will help astronomers build an unprecedented 3-D map of our section of the galaxy, ESA hopes.
Gaia’s commissioning phase was supposed to last only four months, but engineers ran into problems as they prepared it for its five-year mission.
One was water that may have been trapped in the telescope before launch and which froze on some parts of the optics, affecting visibility.
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USA TODAYFox & Friends Confronts WV Democrat with Obama Campaign Photo: 'Are You a MediaiteWest Virginia's Democratic Senate candidate Natalie Tennant released an ad on Monday in which she literally turned off the power at the White House in protest of President Barack Obama's climate action plan that would limit coal-fired power plants in her