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Election 101: Where the GOP candidates stand on immigration, abortion and other social issues
Why the US teen birthrate hit a record low in 2010
Abortion opponents have a new voice
Straw poll: In Iowa, GOP leans to the right of the right
Planned Parenthood battle signals fresh twist in abortion wars
To DNC's Wasserman Shultz, Republicans' record is 'antiwoman'
Indiana can't block Medicaid money for Planned Parenthood, feds say
Indiana ruling signals tough legal fight for Planned Parenthood
GOP hopefuls angle for advantage, Obama goes for secret donations
Indiana governor vows to block federal funds for Planned Parenthood
Battle over Planned Parenthood heads to states, starting with Indiana
Tea party: Libertarian revolt or religious right in disguise?
Who won and who lost with the FY 2011 budget deal?
How Speaker Boehner brought a recalcitrant tea party to the budget deal
Government shutdown 2011 avoided with 11th-hour budget deal
Federal shutdown averted at last minute
House votes to strip EPA of power to curb carbon emissions
Tea party faithful rally in the rain. Their message to Congress: Get tough.
Tea party rally to Congress: Spending cuts aren't deep enough
South Dakota anti-abortion law breaks new ground
GOP rift forms as House passes stopgap spending bill. What happens next?
NPR executive calls tea party 'seriously racist,' most Americans 'uneducated'
House GOP and Senate Dems face off over 'wildly different' budget bills
What federal spending should be axed? US public has its own ideas.
Huckabee and Republicans must engage social issues in 2012 – the smart way
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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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