Why Political Marriages Matter In The U.S.

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Bill Could Delay Efforts To Close Guantanamo Prison

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Obama Vows Thorough Oil Spill Probe

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Is 'Compulsory Voting' The Answer?

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President Obama spoke Tuesday in the Rose Garden of the White House. He was flanked by the co-chairmen of the BP Oil Spill Commission, former EPA Administrator Bill Reilly (left) and former Florida Sen. Bob Graham. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Repealing 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Faces Hurdles

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Approval Ratings Down, Reid In Re-Election Fight

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Consumer Protection Agency Contentious Issue

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Under Obama, Agencies Step Up Rule-Making

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Is The Oil Spill Tarring Obama?

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La. Coast Darkens As BP Turns To Plan B Again

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The U.S. government wants to seize five acres of the Rainville family's farm. The family and their community intend to fight. Herb Swanson hide caption

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Vermont Farm Takes On Border Fight With U.S.

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