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Iranian workers make repairs to a unit at Tehran's oil refinery in November 2007. It's estimated that a Western oil embargo is costing Iran about $4.5 billion each month in lost revenue. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Middle East

Can Sanctions Force Iran To Change Its Policies?

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Cheered In Europe, Suu Kyi Faces Crises In Myanmar

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Protesters stand outside the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday. The court's ruling upholding the federal health care law is expected to have wide-reaching implications for businesses. Kris Connor/Getty Images hide caption

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Judging The Health Care Law

Business Owners Mixed On Health Care Ruling

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People walk through Hamidiyah market in Damascus, Syria, Feb. 28. The merchants of this landmark bazaar were once ardent supporters of President Bashar Assad. That's no longer the case. Bassem Tellawi/AP hide caption

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In A Syrian Souk, Support For The Regime Falters

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The Salt

Unlike Chicken And Pork, Beef Still Begins With Small Family Ranches

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney greets attendees at the conference of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials in Orlando, Fla., on June 21. The presumptive GOP nominee took knocks from congressional Republicans during the party's presidential primaries. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Romney's Next Challenge: Woo Skeptical Republicans

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Jovanna Hernandez carries a sign in support of young illegal immigrants during a protest march, which concluded in front of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Philadelphia in March. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Some Immigrant Students Still Dreaming Of Clarity

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A man wearing a mask holds up a machete during a protest in May against a possible return of the old ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party in Mexico City. Eduardo Verdugo/AP hide caption

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Mexico's Youth Make Voices Heard Ahead Of Vote

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Comedian Charlie Hill says he's achieved the American dream, but that it's been out of reach for many fellow Native Americans. Courtesy of Charlie Hill hide caption

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American Dreams: Then And Now

Native American Comic Living The 'Indigenous Dream'

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