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Airline 'Sky' Cabins: Roomier And More Colorful

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Obama Tours Devastation In Joplin, Mo.

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Obama Visits Joplin, Mo., To Survey Damage

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Joplin, Mo., Searches To Put Life Back Together

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One Marine's Journey: War, Activism, Then Tragedy

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Inspections Of 737s Ordered After Southwest Incident

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In 2006, Houston was among many cities participating in the nationwide National Day of Action for Immigration Justice rallies. When George W. Bush was governor, he adopted a Hispanic-friendly strategy that helped propel him to the White House. Now, some Texas Republicans are taking a harder stance. "I believe the Republican Party is throwing away their future," says one state Republican. Dave Einsel/Getty Images hide caption

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Texas Republicans Take Harder Line On Immigration

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Texas Tea Party Sues Over Census Districts

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Molly Ivins, A 'Red-Hot Patriot'

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Dallas Policy May Drive Some Taxis Off The Road

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Inside Loughner's Mind: What His Writings Reveal

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Omar Sharriff performs in Marshall, Texas in December 2010. Ron Munden/EastTexasTowns.com hide caption

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Boogie Woogie: Born In The Backwoods Of America

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Cornelius Dupree Jr. raises his hand to testify Tuesday while attorney Barry Scheck looks on. Dupree served 30 years in connection with a rape and robbery before being exonerated by DNA evidence. Mike Fuentes/AP hide caption

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DNA Exonerates Texas Man After 30 Years In Prison

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Temporary Work For The Holiday Season

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