Obama Administration Brief Doesn't Call For End To Bans On Gay Marriage

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Andrew Mason, a co-founder of Groupon, has been ousted by the company's board, one day after a disappointing earnings report. Here, he's seen at a 2012 conference in Germany. Johannes Simon/Getty Images hide caption

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Two For One: Groupon Replaces CEO Mason With Board Members

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A natural gas drilling rig just east of downtown Fort Worth, Texas. A new decade-long study finds the region's Barnett Shale formation has sufficient gas reserves to last another 25 years. David Kent/MCT/Landov/Fort Worth Star Telegram hide caption

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Texas Study Points To A Longer Natural Gas Boom

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Obama Administration To File Brief Urging Supreme Court To Strike Down Prop. 8

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David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, attends an event at The Economic Club of New York last year. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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After Tough 2012, Conservative Koch Brothers Regroup

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi discusses the Violence Against Women Act on Capitol Hill on Thursday. The House passed the measure, which could help curb violence on campus. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Supporters of the Violence Against Women Act rally in front of the U.S. Capitol last June. On Thursday, the House passed a reauthorization measure. Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights/Flickr hide caption

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Attorney General Eric Holder speaks before a meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General on Tuesday. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Justice Department Warns Of 'Pain' From Looming Cuts

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Pete Rose holds the record for all-time hits, but he was banned from baseball in 1989 for gambling on the game. Now, his records — but not his name — appear on Topps baseball cards. Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images hide caption

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Pete Rose: A Living Legend, Off The Record

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Budget Cuts Could Compromise Safety At Overcrowded Prisons

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Outgoing Energy Secretary Could Be Remembered For More Than Solyndra

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Syrian Rebels: New U.S. Aid Not Helpful Without Weapons

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U.S. Offers Additional $60 Million To Syrian Opposition

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House Passes Expansion Of Violence Against Women Act

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Why are so many feral chickens crossing the road in Maui? To get a rental car, of course. Stephanie Federico/NPR hide caption

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