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A Pet Project In Atlanta

One of the largest no-kill animal shelters in Georgia, cares for more than 600 homeless cats and dogs every day. Furkids has also placed more than 7,000 animals into permanent homes.
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Uncovering Secrets Buried At A Neglected Cemetery

Lincoln Cemetery in Montgomery, Ala., was established in 1907 for African-Americans. But with no one in charge of the cemetery or keeping burial records, abuse, vandalism and neglect became rampant. And no one is sure where people are actually buried. Recently, volunteers began cleaning up and documenting the graves.
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Susan G. Komen's President To Leave Organization

Liz Johnson's departure is the most recent of a series of high-profile exits from the breast cancer charity following the controversy with Planned Parenthood. Two board members are also leaving.
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Cue The Tape: How David Barton Sees The World

David Barton is not a historian. But his version of American history is wildly popular with churches, schools and the GOP. Watch video examples of Barton's messages and see how they compare with the Constitution, historical text and the Bible.
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Text-Talented Or R U All Thumbs?

If you think terrific thumbs are all you need to take home the U.S. National Texting Championship, think again. This is no touch and go competition.
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In Brawl Over Romney's Tax Returns, Harry Reid Gets Marquee Billing

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is taking fire from the Senate majority leader over his decision not to release more of his tax returns. In Reid, Romney is up against someone who's not on the ballot and clearly enjoys a fight.
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Tax Evaders Beware! Money's Getting Harder To Hide

The U.S. government has been tightening the screws on Americans who hide money in offshore accounts, putting pressure on overseas banks, and joining forces with European and Japanese regulators. One effort, an amnesty program for unreported account holders, has brought in $5 billion in back taxes and penalties.

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