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Justices Signal Support For Arizona Immigration Law

The early analyses of this morning's Supreme Court hearing on parts of Arizona's controversial immigration law are in. The consensus is that the majority of justices will likely uphold the state.
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Mad Cow Disease: What You Need To Know Now

The food supply is safe, federal officials say, even though a fourth case of mad cow disease has been discovered in the United States. A 2009 ban on using cattle parts in animal feed may be why cases are so infrequent.
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Who Will Clinch The Latino Vote In November?

There are big questions about Mitt Romney's ability to appeal to Latinos. Hispanic voters favor President Obama over Romney by more than two to one, according to a recent Pew poll. But not everyone is sure the president's lead will translate to votes. Host Michel Martin speaks with columnist Ruben Navarrette and Maria Teresa Kumar of Voto Latino.
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Romney Declares 'New Campaign,' And Democrats Seem To Agree

On Tuesday, as he swept all five Republican presidential primaries — the first held since his last credible opponent conceded the race — Mitt Romney declared "the start of a new campaign." On Wednesday, Democrats seemed to agree, launching new swing state ads trying to link Romney to big oil.
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Settlement Clears Path For Cross On Sunrise Rock

Back in 1934, veterans of World War I put up a memorial in the Mojave Desert, setting a cross on what's known as Sunrise Rock. Private citizens have always maintained the cross even though it was on federal land. But the memorial has sparked debate for years. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Park Service will give the property to Henry and Wanda Sandoz in exchange for land they own elsewhere.
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Report: Secret Service Agents Say Similar Misconduct Was Tolerated

Some of the agents accused of cavorting with prostitutes in Colombia say similar behavior had been overlooked in the past, The Washington Post reports. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says there's no evidence of that so far.
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Heisman Winner RG3 Immortalized In Chicken

Former Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III is waiting for the NFL draft, and the Washington Redskins are expected to take him. In the meantime, people at a Subway sandwich shop in Manhattan made a bust of him. It's made of barbecued chicken, lettuce, tomatoes and chili peppers.

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