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Uh-oh, the Muslim Brotherhood is rising -- but Egyptians can stop it
State of the Union mystery: What do Obama's Race to the Top plans mean?
Tea party to GOP: Don't spare Pentagon from budget ax
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If we can require driver's ed for teens, then why not voter's ed?
How to fight jihad in America
Tax-cut deal barely dents Obama’s high support among liberals
Indian start-up strikes deal to combat counterfeiting of medicine
Persistent achievement gap vexes education reformers: Six takeaways
Obama tax deal gets nod from Senate. Will House risk making changes?
Teachers' union target Michelle Rhee to raise $1 billion for education reform
Media see WikiLeaks cables as security porn. They don't get it. Nor does Obama.
Education reform: Have business-savvy officials improved big-city schools?
Leadership shuffle in Congress? The drama is all on the winning side.
Speaker-to-be John Boehner: More confrontation or a hint of compromise?
Election 2010: What gets done if the GOP takes over Capitol Hill
Obama targets women voters in Seattle trip with talk of jobs, cupcakes
America's Job No. 1: A better employment rate
Social Security freeze: no COLA, but maybe $250
Foreclosed homes: three potential fixes for the crisis
Social Security freeze worries some seniors
John Boehner, would-be Speaker, pitches his roadmap to fix Congress
'Waiting for "Superman" ': A simplistic view of education reform?
“Who’s funding this?!”
Absentee ballots: It's easier to vote, so why aren't more people voting?
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Senate panel passes immigration reform bill: how Republicans helped shape it
Terrorist watch lists: Are they working as they should?
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Kremlin 'outraged' by electoral fraud... in Eurovision song contest
Anthony Weiner for N.Y.C. mayor? Why he is no Mark Sanford.
UK 'Tea Party' surges, pressuring Tories and Cameron
Obama dials back drone strikes: 3 reasons why
In Brotherhood's Egypt, blasphemy charges against Christians surge ahead
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North Korea sends special envoy to mend relations with China
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