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Tea party: Libertarian revolt or religious right in disguise?
Wildfires in Texas: Does the Lone Star State have an arson problem?
Can US handle historic Texas wildfires?
Kinect hack makes Gmail's April Fools' prank real
Forgiving what's difficult to forgive
Pinetop Perkins was 'one of the last great Mississippi Bluesmen'
Internet Explorer 9 primed for March 14 launch
'Sovereign citizens': Is Jared Loughner a sign of revived extremist threat?
Does shooting at Frankfurt Airport follow pattern of simpler attacks?
Libya corruption, cult of personality drive Qaddafi's grip on power: WikiLeaks cable
Qaddafi vows to stay or die as 'a martyr'; world weighs limited options
Supreme Court refuses appeal about Ten Commandments displays
Cambodian band aims to revive music almost eliminated by Khmer Rouge
American Idol apologizes for Steven Tyler but delivers John Wayne Schulz
Hot cereal with blueberries and granola
Do liberals stunt population growth?
January 18, 2011
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Car charging network grows in Austin
NFL draft 2011 prospects
Mail attack on Maryland government buildings singes two workers
Democrats' last line of defense against GOP gerrymandering: the Voting Rights Act
Amid persisting economic duress, worries rise about suicides
New Orleans makeover: economic boost or loss of a historical legacy?
37 years after escaping killing fields, a Cambodian returns as US Navy commander
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Would a US 'drone court' to authorize drone strikes be a good idea?
Dave Valle plays on a new field: microloans that help to end poverty
How cockroaches evolved so as to bypass 'roach motels'
Obama’s struggle: How free should the press be?
Can Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez help GOP repair its image among Latinos?
In soggy North Dakota, hopes rise that floodwaters won't
Are Woolwich suspects' beliefs about 'war on Islam' widely held?
Facing the devastation of the Oklahoma tornadoes
May 24, 2013
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Obama reaches for moral high ground on drones, Gitmo
Monitor Political Cartoons
Time for food aid reform that helps hungry countries – and the US
South Korea: The little dynamo that sneaked up on the world
Trayvon Martin texts, photos: Might they change Zimmerman trial?
Meet the Wisconsin teen behind today's Doodle 4 Google (+video)
World's largest LEGO sculpture? 'Star Wars' X-wing fighter in Times Square.
40 iPhone tips and tricks everyone should know
Immigration reform is stuck in House, but 'gang' is resolute
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