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Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, shown in a 2008 file photo, leaves office with a mixed record. He's won praise for his precedent-setting environmental activism and criticism for his failure to tame the state's fiscal mess as promised. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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No Hollywood Ending To Schwarzenegger's Term

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Katie at the doctor's office at the Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital in Baltimore, where she is receiving chelation therapy. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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Flushing Out Lead, Metals With Chelation Therapy

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People with autism have impaired feelings of trust and empathy, and early studies show that the hormone oxytocin could help. Steven van Soldt/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Scientists Test 'Trust Hormone' For Autism Fight

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Members of the House's incoming freshmen class walk up the steps of the Capitol to pose for a group photo on Nov. 19. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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The '90s May Hold Lessons For The New GOP Majority

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Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas (left) and Rep. Peter King of New York, shown in a 2007 file photo, will lead committees that have oversight of the Justice Department. Lauren Victoria Burke/AP hide caption

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Justice Department Braces For GOP Rule In House

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A bank-owned home in Miami, Fla., where foreclosure sales made up 39.7 percent in the most recent quarter, according to RealtyTrac. Analysts expect more foreclosures in early 2011. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Home Foreclosures May Top 100,000 In January

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