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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who appears to have gotten a political boost from her support of the immigration law. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Once Again, Immigration Is A Hot Campaign Issue

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Lebanese President Michel Suleiman (center) receives Saudi King Abdullah (left) and Syrian President Bashar Assad upon their arrival at the Presidential Palace in Baabda, east of Beirut, on Friday. The leaders of Syria and Saudi Arabia launched an unprecedented effort Friday to defuse fears of violence over upcoming indictments in the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Bilal Hussein/AP hide caption

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In Rare Summit, Arab Rivals Try To Ease Tension

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Smart bandages, including this one from Corventis, can transmit cardiac data in real time from a patient's body to a doctor. Courtesy of Mark Dastrup hide caption

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High-Tech 'Band-Aids' Call Doctors

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Truckers are more likely than average Americans to be overweight, which can lead to health problems including sleep apnea. Deborah Davis/Getty Creative hide caption

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Regulators Want Truckers On Road To Shape Up

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When you think of Wookiees, you think of Chewy, don't you? Ethan Miller/Getty Images North America hide caption

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'Wookieeleaks': Popular, It Is; Because 'Geeks Love To Go Deep On Things'

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A drill sergeant passes a row of recruits -- many of them high school juniors and seniors -- headed into their first day of military life at the Army National Guard complex in Marseilles, Ill. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Looping Parents In On Armed Services Test

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On Listening Booth, Marc Cohn reinterprets some of his favorite songs from 1970. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Marc Cohn Revisits 1970 With 'Listening Booth'

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