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Attorneys general leave the U.S. Supreme Court on March 28, the last of three days of oral arguments on the health care law. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Health Law's Downfall Could Put GOP In Odd Spot

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The audience listens as President Obama speaks about student loans at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill last month. Larry Downing/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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N.C. Democrats Try To Shake Off Pre-Convention Blues

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Muslims (in the foreground) face a group of Christians during a bloody clash in Ambon, the provincial capital of Indonesia's Maluku Island, on Sept. 11, 2011. The riot exposed deep fault lines between Christians and Muslims in Indonesia. Angkotasan/Getty Images hide caption

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Hard-Line Muslims Test Indonesia's Tolerance

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The songs on What We Saw From the Cheap Seats don't come just from the past year but from a span of "10 years or more," Regina Spektor says. Shervin Lainez hide caption

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Regina Spektor Still Doesn't Write Anything Down

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Patients continue to complain that physicians don't spend enough time examining and talking with them. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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What's Up, Doc? When Your Doctor Rushes Like The Road Runner

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney participates in a 6th-grade language arts class with Salina Beattie and other students at Universal Bluford Charter School on Thursday in Philadelphia. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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GOP Hopes Pennsylvania's Still Got That Swing

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