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Video Assumes GOP Will Wrest Control Of House

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Rep. Carol Shea-Porter rode a Democratic wave that propelled her to office four years ago. Now, says analyst Andrew Smith, "the Republican wave of anger against the Obama administration and general dissatisfaction with the state of the economy may be the wave that takes her out." Cheryl Senter/Pool, AP hide caption

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The DREAM Act has been talked about for more than a decade. At this 2004 rally in Washington, D.C., supporters held a mock graduation ceremony. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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A Piece Of Immigration Debate Returns To Senate

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Senators Likely To Pass Wall Street Bill

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Democrats Make Final Push On Financial Overhaul

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