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Darriel and Shelby Burnett. Shelby says she was unaware of what was going on in the country until she began watching Fox News. Now the government has "awakened a sleeping giant" in the Tea Party, she says. Tom Bullock/NPR hide caption

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Tea Partiers Explain What Makes Them Boil

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Judge Rules Military Must Stop 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

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Clinton To Push For Economic Changes In Bosnia

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Nobel Laureate's Wife Under House Arrest

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A Weekend Full Of Football, Tennis & Basketball

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