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Most House Republicans heading home for the August recess would probably rather not talk about immigration policy. They also probably won’t have a choice.
Lease on Kennedy Space Center's Pad 39 may be near, Bolden says
By James Dean | Florida Today | August 1, 2013
A long-term lease of a mothballed Kennedy Space Center launch pad may still be near, NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden suggested Wednesday.
Local plant announces expansion, creation of 245 new jobs
By Jonathan Willis | Franklin County Times | August 1, 2013
Innovative Hearth Products, the parent company of the Russellville FMI plant officially announced Thursday that they will be expanding the local manufacturing plant and adding close to 250 new jobs.
Exploring the 'Dark Matter of Love'
By Wendy Mitchell | Screen Daily | July 31, 2013
The filmmaking team behind documentary The Dark Matter of Love has launched a campaign for the film to be used as an advocacy tool for the Russian children stuck in Putin’s US adoption ban.
Gadsden gets British perspective
A group of business and governmental leaders got a civics lesson Friday — British style — from Stephen Metcalfe, a member of Parliament.
Only one member of Alabama's congressional delegation votes to defund NSA's collection of phone records
By Leada Gore | AL.com | July 25, 2013
Congressmen Register Concern Over Possible Exclusive Lease of Pad 39A
By Dan Leone | Space News | July 22, 2013
Who will launch from Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A?
By James Dean | USA Today | July 19, 2013
U.S. Congressmen appreciate Azerbaijan's contribution to Europe's energy security
By Trend S. Ahmadova | Trend | July 19, 2013
Assembly of the Friends of Azerbaijan (AFAZ), operating in the U.S, held an event on "Southern Gas Corridor and its role in ensuring the energy security of Europe".