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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The Rutgers Verdict And The Future Of Hate Crimes

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A Predator B unmanned aircraft lands after a mission at the Naval Air Station last November in Corpus Christi, Texas. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Drones Over America: What Can They See?

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Routines are made up of a three-part "habit loop": a cue, a behavior and a reward. Understanding and interrupting that loop is key to breaking a habit, says journalist Charles Duhigg. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Habits: How They Form And How To Break Them

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Presidential Contest Eclipses Congressional Races

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Week In News: Romney Wins Energize Campaign

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Michigan, Arizona Prepare For Tuesday's Primaries

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Week In News: Obama, Gas Prices And The GOP Race

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In Kabul, First Hints Of Reconciliation Efforts

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Week In News: Payroll Tax Cut, China VP Visit

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Employment has been rising in recent months, but most economists say Congress should keep trying to boost consumer spending. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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