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Both Vice President Joe Biden and GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, shown at their debate on Thursday, are practicing Catholics. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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In Battleground Ohio, Catholic Voters Apply Faith In Different Ways

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President Hugo Chavez waves a Venezuelan flag as he greets supporters at the Miraflores presidential palace balcony in Caracas on Sunday. Chavez won re-election and a new endorsement of his socialist project Sunday, surviving his closest race yet after a bitter campaign against opposition candidate Henrique Capriles. Fernando Llano/AP hide caption

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Latin America

Chavez Wins Another Term As Venezuela's President

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Simon Cho competes in the men's 500-meter finals at the 2011 ISU World Cup short track speedskating final in Dresden, Germany. He won the event. Robert Michael/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Speedskater Admits To Sabotaging Rival's Skates

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Female Marines unload their rifles after a patrol with Afghan soldiers in Helmand province in June. The Marine Corps leadership has started an experiment to determine whether female Marine lieutenants have what it takes to become infantry officers and lead on the battlefield. Adek Berry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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First Female Marines Take Combat Leadership Test

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