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Mourners Gather In Charleston To Remember Slain Pastor

President Obama will deliver the eulogy at the funeral of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, who led the Emanuel AME congregation and was killed last week along with eight other church members.
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Map: Here's How Same-Sex Marriage Laws Will Now Change Nationwide

The Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is a right.
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Supreme Court Declares Same-Sex Marriage Legal In All 50 States

"The nature of injustice is that we may not always see it in our own times," Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote after recounting the legal struggles faced by same-sex partners.
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To Master Stage Fright, Practice Makes Imperfect OK

Most people suffer stage fright when speaking or performing in front of a group. One pianist found she could manage the anxiety if she practiced often for an audience, even at the airport.
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Americans Back In Action Tonight In World Cup Soccer

The U.S. women face China amid unflattering comparisons to the 1999 American team, which beat the Chinese in dramatic fashion to win that year's World Cup.
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5 Ideas To Ease The Burden Of Student Loans

Presidential candidates are writing their plans now. We talk with the experts about some of the policy options on the table.
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Ohio Movie Theater Plays Wrong Movie, Parents Are Outraged

Instead of playing Pixar's Inside Out, the projectionist played the horror movie Insidious: Chapter 3. Angry parents grabbed their kids and left. As an apology, they were offered free passes.
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GOP Presidential Candidates Vow To Continue Fight Against Obamacare

The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld subsidies under the Affordable Care Act. When it comes to Republican presidential candidates, they say the political fight over Obamacare isn't going anywhere.
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Charleston Stirs Memories Of Young Birmingham Bombing Victim

Decades before the deadly shootings at a South Carolina church, a church bombing killed four girls in Alabama. A friend of one of the girls describes the emotional scars both incidents have left.
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Calif. Bill To Require More Children To Be Vaccinated Clears Major Hurdle

The state Assembly has passed a bill that would make it much harder for people to opt out of vaccinating children. It faces one more vote in the Senate before the measure goes to the governor's desk.

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