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Kagan Recused From Pending Supreme Court Cases

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Treasury Seeks To Cast A Wider Net For Terrorists

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Jars full of medical marijuana are seen at Sunset Junction medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles in May. As of the end of September, the dispensary was still open. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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How Many L.A. Pot Clinics Will Survive Crackdown?

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Police Push For More Access To E-Communications

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During a raid on a Missouri dogfighting ring, Tim Rickey of the ASPCA holds Dharma, a pit bull who lost part of her leg in a fight. Courtesy of the Humane Society of Missouri hide caption

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DNA Is New Weapon In Fight Against Dogfighting

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Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian, is accused of helping to carry out embassy bombings in East Africa in 1998 that killed 224 people and injured hundreds more. U.S. District Attorney's Office hide caption

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Guantanamo Detainee's Trial May Set Tone For Others

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Should Drivers Hang Up? State Officials To Weigh In

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Pakistanis Protest Scientist's Sentencing In U.S.

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Death Chamber Ready, If Calif. Moratorium Lifted

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