Members of the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., staged a protest across the street from a high school in Hyattsville, Md., a day before the Supreme Court ruling.
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Sagal Siad reads the news on the government's Radio Mogadishu. Many of the reporters at the U.S.-funded radio station have been targeted for assassination by Islamic extremists.
Makers of water bottles, including Camelback, now sell products that don't contain BPA, a chemical that can mimic the sex hormone estrogen. But a new study says that even if they don't contain BPA, most plastic products release estrogenic chemicals.
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Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh looks on during a media conference in Sanaa, Yemen, on Feb. 21. As protesters continue to demand that he step down, the U.S. has had to tread a delicate line. The leader has been aiding America's counterterrorism efforts.
Pope Benedict XVI, seen here during his weekly general audience at the Vatican on Feb. 16, hasn't shown any sign he's willing to relax the rules despite the fact that Catholic priests ordained in the Eastern Rite and some converts can be married.
Demonstrators gathered outside the Ohio Statehouse last week to protest Senate Bill 5, which would have banned collective bargaining for state workers. Unions say legislation being pushed by Republican governors nationwide is an attack on their very existence.