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Protesters Demand Charges In Trayvon Martin Case

It's been a month since Trayvon Martin, an African-American teenager, was shot and killed in Sanford, Fla., by a neighborhood watch volunteer. People in Sanford, and in cities across the country, are attending rallies to draw attention to the case. While emotions run high, the facts at the center of the shooting and death remain murky.
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GOP Seizes On Obama Open-Mic Comment To Russian Leader

Republicans sought to capitalize on President Obama's candid moment, caught on an open mic, with Russian president Dmitri Medvedev, by accusing the president of having all sorts of secret plans he intends to roll out after the election.
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TRANSCRIPT & AUDIO: Supreme Court: The Health Care Law And The Anti-Injunction Act

The Supreme Court on Monday heard the first of three days of oral arguments on the fate of President Obama's health care law.
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Police: George Zimmerman Said He Was Knocked To Ground And Beaten

Trayvon Martin punched him on the nose and then slammed his head into a sidewalk, Zimmerman told police, according to the Orlando Sentinel. It's the most extensive account so far of the older man's claim of self defense.
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Justices Seem Intent To Get To The Heart Of The Health Care Law

Can an obscure tax law keep the Supreme Court from hearing challenges to Obama's signature domestic initiative? The justices seemed rather skeptical during Monday's oral arguments on the fate of the health care law.
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A Florida Lawmaker Critiques Health Care Law

As the Supreme Court begins hearing arguments on the Affordable Care Act, Tell Me More continues the conversation about state reactions to the law. Guest host Jacki Lyden speaks with Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos, about opposition to the Affordable Care Act in his state.
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A Red State Embraces Part Of Health Care Overhaul

The Supreme Court begins hearing oral arguments about the Affordable Care Act today. Guest host Jacki Lyden takes a look at how Mississippi is implementing part of the federal law, despite strong opposition to the overall plan.
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Protesters, Spectators Gather Outside Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court begin hearing oral arguments on the health care law Monday. Outside the court, protesters and counter-protesters gathered with signs and chants. Also, people hoping to get in to witness the proceedings started lining up Friday morning.

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