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Grover Norquist, founder of Americans for Tax Reform and the man behind the pledge. Jim Watson /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Grover Norquist: Pink Unicorns Aren't Real And GOP Won't Break Tax Pledge

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Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas and Jon Kyl of Arizona on Tuesday introduced a bill that would allow illegal immigrants to stay in the country, but would not offer them a path to citizenship. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Post-Election, GOP's Immigration Message Evolves

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Administrators at the adult education center are concerned that the GED overhaul will make it harder for many test takers to complete the exam. Diane Orson/WNPR hide caption

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Educators Worry Revamped GED Will Be Too Pricey

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A famous singer, a major general in the army and an AIDS activist, Peng Liyuan is expected to take on yet another role soon: first lady of China. Peng has been married for more than two decades to Xi Jinping, China's newly anointed leader. Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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Will China's First Lady Outshine Her Husband?

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Aleppo Today broadcasts are simple but relay crucial information — from tank movements to Internet connectivity — to the people who remain in the embattled northern Syrian town. It relies on a network of 70 correspondents to provide a 24-hour news stream. Aleppo Today hide caption

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In Syria, Aleppo Today Is Must-See TV For Survival

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A security guard walks along the edge of the reflecting pool, past the field of 168 empty chairs, at the Oklahoma City National Memorial in Oklahoma City. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Victims Feel Slighted By Oklahoma Bombing Fund

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Activists from the Young Guard, which supports Russian President Vladimir Putin, have been protesting the Mormon church in Russia, calling it a "totalitarian cult." Konstantin Zavrazhin/Getty Images hide caption

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In Russia, Pro-Putin Youths Protest Mormons As 'Cult'

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Former U.S. Olympian Lorrie Fair hugs Zahra Mahmoudi, the captain of the Afghan women's soccer team. Sean Carberry/NPR hide caption

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Afghan Women Make Their Mark On The Soccer Field

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Despite the Big Ten's expansion, Frank Deford says the conference will struggle to compete with pro football in the Northeast. The conference announced the addition of Maryland and Rutgers earlier this month. Patrick McDermott/Getty Images hide caption

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College Football: Pro and Con(servative) Views

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