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Gun rights advocates demonstrate at the capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., on Wednesday as vendors pulled out of the city's Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show. Vendors were upset that the organizers of the event banned the sale and display of certain types of guns. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Pennsylvania Outdoor Sports Show Caught In Gun Debate Cross Hairs

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In the Romeo and Juliet-inspired Warm Bodies, a zombie known only as R (Nicholas Hoult) falls in love with Julie (Teresa Palmer), who's still human. Jan Thijs/Summit Entertainment hide caption

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In Prison And Among Zombies, Shakespeare's Reflection Shines

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The winding down of the war in Afghanistan and efforts to slice the budget deficit will likely mean more spending cuts for the Pentagon. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pentagon Remains Big Target In Likely Budget Cuts

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Signs point to tourist destinations outside a Burger King in London. michaelpickard/Flickr hide caption

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Where's The Beef? Burger King Finds Horsemeat In Its U.K. Patties

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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla, is among a bipartisan group of eight senators who this week announced a plan to overhaul the nation's immigration laws. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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What's Behind Rubio's 'Full Circle Back' On Immigration?

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