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5 Things You May Not Know About Rick Santorum

You may know that Santorum is a self-described "champion of faith and families, a defender of the taxpayer and a believer in American Exceptionalism." But there may be a few things you don't know.
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Two Weeks Before Caucuses, Many Iowans Still Wavering

The race may feel more fluid than usual this year, but just as many caucus-goers were undecided this late in the game four years ago.
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High School Student Suspended For Tebowing

Tyler Carroll organized a kneel-down at his Long Island high school last week, and about 40 students participated. The superintendent called it a safety hazard because the Tebowing blocked the hallways. Carroll serves his suspension on Monday.
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Santa Claus Chimney Move Backfires On Calif. Teen

George Herrera wasn't carrying gifts when he headed down the chimney but guilt for staying out past his curfew. Predictably, he got stuck for 90 minutes until an emergency crew arrived.
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FAMU Board To Consider Suspending President

The board of trustees of Florida A&M University meets Monday to decide whether the school's president should be suspended following a hazing scandal. Last month, a drum major for the school's famed marching band died after allegedly being beaten by fellow band members on the team bus. The incident has shined a spotlight on a culture of hazing among many marching bands at historically black colleges and universities.

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