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Archbishop Thomas Wenski, shown celebrating Mass at the Cathedral of St. Mary in Miami last month, says the new birth control policy is a "smoke screen." Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Catholics Split On Obama's Birth Control Decision

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Give It Away Zero 7, Henry Binns et. al.
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Bossa Dorado Gaucho
Revolting Children Matilda
Le le Lengwe [Unogabisela Nabagudi Mix] Hawke
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Mitt Romney with his then-fiancee, Ann (right), and his parents, George and Lenore Romney, in Washington, D.C., in 1969. Romney had returned from Mormon missionary work in France the previous year. JH/AP hide caption

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On The Trail, Romney Avoids His French Connection

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Master the Art Greyboy
Fly in the Soup Earl Moseley

HarQen CEO Kelly Fitzsimmons delivers a presentation to Silicon Pastures, a Milwaukee-based angel investment group that has already put more than $1 million into her company. Jeff Fitzsimmons/HarQen hide caption

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Angel Investors And Startups Mingle In Milwaukee

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Nello Ferrara created Atomic Fireballs and Lemonheads candies when he ran the Ferrara Pan Candy Co. He died Feb. 3 at the age of 93. Thomas Hawk hide caption

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A Candy-Coated Life: Lemonheads, Fireballs And Song

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Send in the Clowns [From A Little Night Music] Frank Sinatra
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Center's Groove DJ Center

Demonstrators take part in a protest against Syria's President Bashar Assad in the Syrian city of Jisr al-Shughour, while holding olive branches to show support for the city of Homs, Feb. 9. Handout/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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With Death Toll Soaring, What's Next In Aid To Syria?

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Cha-Chaborro Los Amigos Invisibles
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Fiesta de Negritos Lucho Bermúdez
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Funk Design (Interlude) The Free Design
Sodade Césaria Évora
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Tulong The Beyman Bros

Cardinal Marc Ouellet presides over a penitential Mass at St. Ignatius Church in Rome on Tuesday. The Mass, which asked for the forgiveness of victims of clerical sexual abuse, was part of a Vatican-backed symposium addressing the scandal of pedophile priests and the church culture that enabled such abuse to take place. Andreas Solaro/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With Vatican's Backing, Catholics Address Sex Abuse

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Rain DJ Center
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Out of Town Zero 7, Henry Binns et. al.
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A gray wolf in the wild. Park officials say hunting restrictions in place in parts of of Montana have protected Yellowstone's wolves from a repeat of a 2009 hunt in which four Yellowstone wolves were shot. MacNeill Lyons/National Park Service/AP hide caption

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As Gray Wolves Return, So Does Debate Over Hunting

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Crocodile ranger Tom Nichols stands beside the crocodile traps used in Darwin Harbour. Nichols' left hand was mangled by an irate "salty" nine years ago. John Burnett/NPR hide caption

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Saved From Extinction, Darwin's Crocs Are Now King

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Esketa Dance Mulatu Astatke & The Heliocentrics
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