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Supreme Court Hears Guantanamo Arguments
U.K. Grapples with Detaining Terrorist Suspects
Meat Processors Look to Puerto Rico for Workers
Part of U.S.-Mexico Border Fence on Wildlife Refuge
Atlantis Due to Blast Off with European Science Lab
Autism Study Lends Credence to 'Fever Effect'
Bush to Unveil Plan to Aid Struggling Homeowners
British Economy Hit by U.S. Housing Market Woes
Fake Web Site Turns Real Profit
Mitt Romney to Address Faith and Public Office
Iowa Voters Uncertain About John Edwards
Senate Seems on Verge of Meltdown
Socialized Medicine Belittled on Campaign Trail
Omaha Teen's Shooting Rampage Kills 8, Himself
Intelligence Official to Testify Before Congress
Hadley Responds to NIE on Iran
Caroline Kennedy's 'Family Christmas'
New Orleans Hospital Welcomes Triplets, Quads
Engineers: North Pole Not an Optimal Base for Santa
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