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Obama Calls For Tolerance At U.N. General Assembly

President Barack Obama addressed world leaders Tuesday in New York City as he opened the UN General Assembly.
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National Security Experts Go Rogue For 'Drone Smackdown'

Law and national security experts got together last weekend for a dogfight they call the Drone Smackdown. The contest, though tongue in cheek, still raised lots of questions about the proliferation of drones, the rules of combat and federal efforts to regulate them.
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Branding Health Care Exchanges To Make The Sale

In the process of creating its health insurance exchange, California wants to rename the marketplace. But it's tough to find a name that appeals to all Californians and explains the marketplace at the same time.
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Protestors Out In Full At U.N. General Assembly

The annual United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York City is also an annual meeting for protestors. The "protest pens" were full on Tuesday, and the protestors brought a long list of grievances.
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U.S. Housing Market Starts To Show Hints Of Growth

Housing prices are rising and it appears the housing market is starting to rebound. One factor that's helping is historically low mortgage rates.
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Romney, Obama Leave Attacks Behind At Clinton Talk

Both President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney spoke Tuesday at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City.

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