Panetta: U.S. To Move Out Of Combat Role In Afghanistan
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Remarks From Romney Spark Controversy
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Planned Parenthood Vs. Komen: Women's Health Giants Face Off Over Abortion
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A giant "like" icon made popular by Facebook is seen at the company's new headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. Robert Galbraith/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Sales of the Jeep Grand Cherokee pushed Chrysler back to profitability for the first time since 1997. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif. Crystal Cathedral Ministries filed for bankruptcy two years ago; last year the building was bought by the Catholic Diocese in Orange County. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Schuller Family Breaks Away From Crystal Cathedral
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Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-N.Y., has worked for years on a bill to ban Congress from insider trading. Joshua Roberts/Getty Images hide caption

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Congress May Back Ban On Its Own Insider Trading
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Fans in Tom Brady and Eli Manning jerseys sit before a November game between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants in Foxborough, Mass. Heading into a Super Bowl rematch, neighboring Connecticut's fans are split between the teams. Winslow Townson/AP hide caption

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Super Split: Bowl Has Connecticut At War With Itself
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A crew of linemen working for Puget Sound Energy remove a power pole that fell down after a tree covered in ice fell on a transmission line near a substation in January in Olympia, Wash. Weather and tree branches cause 40 percent of power outages in the U.S. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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If Power Lines Fall, Why Don't They Go Underground?
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Ella Washington, 83, works as a receptionist three days a week at Holly Hall Apartments, a housing complex for disabled and elderly people in Silver Spring, Md. Emily Bogle/NPR hide caption

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What Retirement? Seniors Are Getting Back To Work
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House GOP Still Furious Over Recess Appointments
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