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The director of the White House political office is immune from subpoenas, his lawyers say
John Middleton was set to die at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday for killing three in Mo. in 1995.
Qualified undocumented students in Florida now able to pay in-state tuition.
New study examines the advertising in close House, Senate and governors' races.
One homeowner said he would try to scare the bears with an air horn.
About 900 U.S. families are trying to complete adoptions from the Congo.
Mauled child suffered severe facial injuries, but is expected to survive.
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Anthrax, smallpox lapses follow years of problems cited by auditors at federal, other labs.
In a crowded field of online dating sites, SingldOut.com claims to be the first offering matches based on your DNA.
The American and Chinese leaders discuss the nuclear challenges of Iran and North Korea.
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The bomber detonated his explosives-packed vehicle near a crowded market.
Iraq is under pressure to form a new government that can confront Sunni militants.
Kerry said he may seek to extend nuclear talks beyond Sunday's deadline.
Priorities USA Action donated to other Dem groups and raised virtually no money of its own.
He says citizens will have to write the constitutions - six of them.
Lawmakers are coalescing around a proposal to make it easier to deport minors.
President Obama and Congress seek to move forward with the Highway Trust Fund.
Survey shows how finances, health, living arrangements and relationships shape later years.