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Supporters of Proposition 8, the California measure that restricts legal marriage to heterosexual couples, stand between opponents of the measure in San Francisco in August. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals begins deliberations Monday on the legality of same-sex marriage in the state. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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In Calif., Prop. 8 Debate Tests Limits Of Tolerance

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Ted Olson, who served as President George W. Bush's solicitor general, is now one of the lead lawyers trying to overturn California's Proposition 8, which bans gay marriage. Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Ted Olson, Gay Marriage's Unlikely Legal Warrior

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Heavy shipping containers like this one are used to transport molybdenum-99, a radioactive material used in diagnostic medical imaging. Courtesy of Lantheus Medical Imaging hide caption

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Medical Scans, Without The Weapons-Grade Uranium

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Rolfing was named after its founder, an American biochemist named Ida Rolf. Her own health problems led her to believe that deep tension could be relieved by pressing into fascia tissue. James Gritz/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Rolfing Back In Vogue, But With Shaky Evidence

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Patients with chronic diseases at the Cleveland Clinic learn to manage their pain using yoga and breathing exercises. Courtesy of the Center for Art & Photography at Cleveland Clinic hide caption

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Just Breathe: Body Has A Built-In Stress Reliever

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Sens. Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut (left) and Richard Durbin of Illinois (right) talk with Cesar Vargas, a law student from New York City, on Capitol Hill in September. Vargas is one of some 2 million young people who would qualify for legal residency under the DREAM Act. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Democrats Push DREAM Act; Critics Call It Amnesty

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A B-1B Lancer bomber takes off at Ellsworth Air Base during a training exercise this past August. The Air Force is seeking to expand the planes' training area to include parts of both Dakotas. Airman Anthony Sanchelli/USAF hide caption

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Plan To Widen Airspace Riles Dakota Ranchers

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