Debate Erupts Over Legality Of Awlaki's Killing

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Adm. Mike Mullen Retires

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The main ring of the Tevatron, seen in a time exposure. For a quarter century, the particle accelerator at a lab outside Chicago was the most powerful machine of its kind in the world. Reidar Hahn/Fermilab hide caption

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Tevatron Machine Will Smash Particles No More

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BofA Plans To Introduce Monthly Debit Card Fee

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Old-Fashioned Letter Writing Meets Digital Age

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Fla. Moves Up Its Primary Date

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Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks energized him around the issue of illegal immigration. "We discovered that five of the 19 hijackers had been in the country illegally," Kobach says. Ed Zurga/AP hide caption

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The Man Behind The Illegal-Immigration Crackdown

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Ryan Witmer (left) and Jhonmar Castillo wait with other couples to exchange vows in a civil union ceremony June 2 in Chicago's Millennium Park. New data from the U.S. census may reveal as much about changing attitudes as about changing numbers. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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In Wood Pulp Country, A New Plan For Conservation

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Officials from Arizona-based First Solar and a New Mexico power company gather after the dedication of a new solar array in Albuquerque in April. Susan Montoya Bryan/AP hide caption

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Solar Titan Faces Funding Worries After Solyndra

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Alaska Town Leaves U.S. Chamber, Citing Politics

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100 Days Revisited: Checking In On Bradenton, Fla.

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