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Protesters chant and hold a copy of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution in front of Supreme Court in Washington as the court concluded three days of hearing arguments on the constitutionality of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Judging The Health Care Law

The Individual Mandate's Growth In Unpopularity

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Pope Benedict meets with Fidel Castro in Havana on Wednesday as he wraps up his three-day visit to Cuba. A large crowd turned out for the Mass, though the pope did not meet with dissidents. Osservatore Romano/AP hide caption

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Pope Meets Fidel Castro, Wraps Up Visit To Cuba

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With a new leader in North Korea, the U.S. and South Korea are watching for clues of his policies. But so far tensions have not eased along the demilitarized zone. Here, two North Korean soldiers look across at a South Korean soldier on Dec. 2. Lee Jae-Won/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Asia

Along Korea's DMZ, No Sign That Tensions Are Easing

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Vanderbilt administrators and faculty field questions at a January 2012 town hall meeting on the school's controversial "all comers" rule. Many campus religious groups say aspects of the policy are discriminatory. Kevin Barnett/InsideVandy hide caption

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Vanderbilt Rule Rankles Faith-Based Student GroupsWPLN

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