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Indianapolis Archbishop Joseph Tobin (right) shakes hands with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence following a meeting at the Statehouse on Wednesday in Indianapolis. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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At Heart Of Refugee-Resettlement Debate, A Rift Between Church And State

Indiana's governor has asked the Catholic Church to halt a plan to resettle Syrian refugees in the state. Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski explains why he expects the archdiocese to move forward anyway.

Farhan Khan, brother-in-law of San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook, speaks at a Council on American-Islamic Relations press conference in Anaheim, Calif., on Wednesday. CAIR called the press conference very early into the investigation of the shooting, to "get out in front of the story," says the organization's communications director. Mike Blake/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Hours After San Bernardino Shooting, Muslim Community Condemned Attack

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Beach Dr. Oddisee
Acquainted With Sorrow Ryan Helsing
Ease on Down the Road Diana Ross

Indianapolis Archbishop Joseph Tobin (right) shakes hands with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence following a meeting at the Statehouse on Wednesday in Indianapolis. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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At Heart Of Refugee-Resettlement Debate, A Rift Between Church And State

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Guitar Pick Guitar Pick
In Space Röyksopp
Doing the Wrong Thing Kaki King

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