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The 'Manhunt' To Capture Osama Bin Laden

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Bin Laden's Death Significant For White House

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GOP Courts Hispanics, Democrats Try To Woo Youth

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Week In News: Scandal In The Secret Service

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Romney Ready To Put Primary Season Behind Him

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The Week In News: A Rough Cycle For N. Korea, China

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T.M. Luhrmann's book When God Talks Back examines how evangelicals perceive and relate to God. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'When God Talks Back' To The Evangelical Community

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Week In News: Obama, Romney Eye General Election

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Debt Struggles As Old As America Itself

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GOP Candidates Insist They Are Still In It To Win It

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Race, Politics And The Trayvon Martin Case

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Amy Brighton from Medina, Ohio, who opposes the new health care law, rallies in front of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Santorum Wins Weekend Primary In Louisiana

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Blurring The Line Between Life And Death

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