Atlanta Housing Shortage Sparks Desperation, Chaos

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America's Website Newly User-Friendly

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Obama Expected To Ease Crack-Cocaine Sentencing Disparities

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James Clapper with President Obama shortly after being nominated for the post of Director of National Intelligence. He would be the fourth person in the job since it was created in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Is Director Of National Intelligence A Viable Post?

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The Immigration Debate: The Real Earthquake?

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Utah Immigration 'Hit' List

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Thousands of job seekers line up at the National Building Museum during the Public Service Career and Internship fair in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. The federal government needs to fill an estimated 50,000 entry-level jobs in the next year. Yanina Manolova/NPR hide caption

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Federal Jobs Give Hope To Entry-Level Job Seekers

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Budget shortfalls have been a persistent problem in Los Angeles. Unionized city workers rallied outside City Hall last year as officials considered a budget that would slash jobs. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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State Workers Caught In Calif. Minimum Wage Fight

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President Obama is greeted by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada during an event at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas on Friday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Returning From Recess, Senators Face A Stalemate

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'Shop Talk': Was LeBron James' Primetime TV Frenzy Too Much?

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