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Catholic League President Bill Donohue is slamming President Barack Obama for his statement commemorating the end of the Muslim Ramadan observance, saying Obama doesn't "stand with people of all faiths" and that the president should condemn the slaughter of Christians around the world at the hands of Muslims. [Full Story]
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Republicans are ready to muscle legislation through the House authorizing [Full Story]
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Charlie Crist Woos Black Vote in Fla. Gov's Race
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Study: Fist Bumps Could Cut Transmission of Germs
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