Week In News: Rounding Up The Health Care Ruling

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How Justices Decide Big Cases Such As Health Care

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Week In News: Courting The Latino Vote

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Simon Cowell in his early days as an American Idol judge. The success of Cowell and others shows that bullying is acceptable, says Eric Deggans, so long as it's done on reality TV. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Facing Up To Bullies, Everywhere But On Reality TV

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Supporters of President Obama's announcement on immigration policy rally outside the White House Friday. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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The Venus Transit: Who Cares?

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Week In News: Jobs And The Campaign Trail

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Politicians Disagree On Fix To U.S. Economy

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In the Saudi capital Riyadh, two women stroll into a cosmetics shop in a luxury mall. The desire for greater personal freedoms has prompted Saudi rulers to relax some restrictions. Chuck Holmes/NPR hide caption

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Change Comes To Saudi Arabia, In Slow Motion

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JPMorgan Trade Revives Bank Regulation Debate

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Week In News: Looking Back At Other Civil Rights Battles

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Obama Campaign Explains Gay Marriage Comment

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Week In News: Dissident Puts Kink In Economy Talks

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ExxonMobil is one of the largest corporations in the United States. It is headquartered in Irving, Texas. Gene J. Puskar/AP Photo hide caption

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ExxonMobil: A 'Private Empire' On The World Stage

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