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Will Health Care Law Spur Voters To The Polls?

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Kentucky Outplay Cornell In NCAA Tourney

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m>Avatar star Sam Worthington returns to the realm of the 3-D blockbuster as Perseus, son of the god Zeus, in Clash of the Titans. It's one of several 3-D pictures currently competing for space on a big screen near you. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Coming To A Screen Near You: A 3-D Clash

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The What And When Of Health Care Overhaul

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu is the author of Made for Goodness — written with his daughter Mpho Tutu, also a priest in the Anglican communion — and several other reflections on faith, forgiveness and reconciliation. Cameron Davidson hide caption

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