January 31, 2011 Judge Roger Vinson went further than a federal judge in Virginia who ruled that it is unconstitutional to require people to buy health insurance. Vinson, the AP reports, "declared the entire health care law unconstitutional."
January 31, 2011 Asked if the U.S. wants the Egyptian leader to step down, he says that's not for America to say — but that the administration wants to see a "transition" to greater democracy in Egypt.
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January 31, 2011 In an undercover operation, they purchased handguns and ammunition magazines like those used in the Jan. 8 shooting rampage in Tucson — even though the sales, investigators say, likely violated federal law.
January 31, 2011 Korey Rowe was arrested in Oneonta, N.Y. The film, viewed millions of times on the Web, questions what happened on 9/11.
January 31, 2011 It's a tale that sounds like something the fictional wizard might have been able to survive, not a landfill manager from Glasgow named Adam Potter. But that's what happened.
January 31, 2011 American consumers spent 0.7 percent more in December than in November.
January 31, 2011 Up to one-third of the country, and 100 million people, could be affected by snow and ice starting later today.
A protester in Cairo's Tahrir Square earlier today (Jan. 31, 2011).
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January 31, 2011 There are calls for a million people to march on Tuesday, and protesters are trying to force President Hosni Mubarak to step down by week's end.
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January 30, 2011 The Nobel Peace Prize laureate also told CBS that the U.S. government is "losing credibility by the day" because it appears to be "lending support to a dictator."
January 30, 2011 "We do not want to send any message about backing forward or backing back," she tells CNN when asked if the U.S. is backing away from the Egyptian leader. What America wants, says Clinton, is "a democratic Egypt."
An Egyptian mother hugged her child as she watched thousands of Egyptian protesters gather at Tahrir square in Cairo earlier today (Jan. 30, 2011).
January 30, 2011 Demonstrations are now in their sixth day. Some of the groups involved are calling on Nobel Peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei to form a transitional government.
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January 29, 2011 Protesters have been demanding that Mubarak step down. The U.S. hasn't endorsed those calls. Should it?
Protesters cheered and chanted earlier today (Jan. 29, 2011) as they rode on an Army truck that was rolling into Cairo's Tahrir Square.
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January 29, 2011 Will soldiers respond with force if protests grow violent again? For now, demonstrators are welcoming the Army's presence.
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Expressing his opinion: Earlier today in Cairo, this man held up a poster. The defaced photo of Egypt's president had the words "Mubarak, get out" written on it.
January 29, 2011 Crowds have gathered again in major cities. It's clear that protesters weren't satisfied with President Hosni Mubarak's plan to dissolve his Cabinet. They want him to step down.
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January 28, 2011 The economy has grown for six straight quarters, though the expansion has not been strong enough to bring unemployment down substantially.
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