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Tell Me More for July 15, 2011

Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee delivers his budget address to a joint session of the general assembly Tuesday, March 8, 2011, at the Statehouse in Providence, R.I. Stew Milne/AP hide caption

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R.I. Governor: On Education, Voter ID Bill

R.I. Governor: On Education, Voter ID Bill

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Bishop Harry R. Jackson Jr., left, prays with Jonathan Paul Ganucheau and Denise Buckbinder Ganucheau before performing a religious wedding ceremony that was part of a protest against the District of Columbia city council's approval of legislation recognizing same sex marriages performed in other states, in Washington, on Tuesday, May 5, 2009. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Pastor Debates Moral Issues Of Gay Marriage

Pastor Debates Moral Issues Of Gay Marriage

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July 10 2011 photo of Rupert Murdoch and his News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks (right) who has resigned, the company confirmed Friday July 15 2011, as they battle a series of crises including accusations of phone hacking and police corruption. Only days earlier Murdoch had expressed his strong support for Brooks. Ian Nicholson/AP hide caption

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'Shop Talk': News Corps Scandal Spills Over To US

'Shop Talk': News Corps Scandal Spills Over To US

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Tell Me More for July 14, 2011

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf. Michael Thomas/AP hide caption

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Former Pakistani Leader Plans Presidential Run

Former Pakistani Leader Plans Presidential Run

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President Barack Obama sits with Twitter co-founder and Executive Chairman Jack Dorsey during a "Twitter Town Hall" in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, July 6, 2011. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Twitter: A Global Force At Age Five

Twitter: A Global Force At Age Five

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The characters Lily (shown) and Snow Flower exchange secret messages written between the folds of a fan. Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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New Film Shows Pains, Gains Of Female Friendship

New Film Shows Pains, Gains Of Female Friendship

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Tell Me More for July 13, 2011

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Moms, Kids Hit Hard As Medicaid Faces Scalpel

Moms, Kids Hit Hard As Medicaid Faces Scalpel

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An employee works on the Zynga game "FarmVille" at Zynga headquarters in San Francisco. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Virtual Currency: Seed Of Poor Spending Habits?

Virtual Currency: Seed Of Poor Spending Habits?

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Ellen Ochoa (left), the first Hispanic female astronaut, and Major Eileen M. Collins, the first woman to be named as a pilot candidate, begin their first day of candidate training at NASA in Houston, Texas, on July 16, 1990. AP hide caption

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Exploring Space, Unearthing Human Emotions

Exploring Space, Unearthing Human Emotions

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Tell Me More for July 12, 2011

A job seeker looks at a bulletin at the Texas Workforce Commission's Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas job resource center in Richardson, Texas, Tuesday, July 5, 2011. LM Otero/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Financial Recovery Looks More Like 'Man-covery'

Financial Recovery Looks More Like 'Man-covery'

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Forensic workers load a truck with bodies after gunmen opened fire in a nightclub in Monterrey, Mexico, Friday July 8, 2011. Hans-Maximo Musielik/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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The Fuel Behind Mexico's Escalating Violence

The Fuel Behind Mexico's Escalating Violence

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Virginia resident Karen Murphy's son died after being left in the family's car for seven hours. Prince William County, Va. Police/AP hide caption

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Leaving Kids In Hot Cars: Foul or Forgivable?

Leaving Kids In Hot Cars: Foul or Forgivable?

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Tell Me More for July 11, 2011

President Obama speaks during a news conference in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Debt Ceiling Talks...Endless Game Of Give And Take?

Debt Ceiling Talks...Endless Game Of Give And Take?

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Award-winning CNN Anchor Goes 'Transparent'

Award-winning CNN Anchor Goes 'Transparent'

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President Obama meets with congressional leadership in the Cabinet Room of the White House on Sunday to discuss the debt. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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If Women Ruled The World, Would Debt Be Less?

If Women Ruled The World, Would Debt Be Less?

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