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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Abortion Protesters
The Supreme Court dealt a setback Tuesday to abortion clinics in a two-decade-old legal fight over anti-abortion protests, ruling that federal extortion and racketeering laws cannot be used to ban demonstrations.

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Are Internet and Chat Rooms Good for Kids?
The sullen teenager who lurks in his room surfing the Internet for hours on end is not being antisocial and withdrawn. He is actually building his social skills and civic awareness, according to research.

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High Court Rules Church Can Get High
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday that a small congregation in New Mexico may use hallucinogenic tea as part of a four-hour ritual intended to connect with God.

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Partial-Birth Abortion Ban
The Supreme Court said Tuesday it will consider the constitutionality of banning a type of partial-birth abortion, teeing up a contentious issue for a newly-constituted court already in a state of flux over privacy rights.

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Madame President
Are American voters ready to elect a female president? Is 2008 too soon?

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Terror Threat for U.S. Ports?
Questioning the United Arab Emirates' track record in the War on Terror, seven U.S. lawmakers said Thursday they want a committee led by Treasury Secretary John Snow to thoroughly review a deal that would let a UAE-based firm run six major U.S. ports. Though already approved by the U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), President Bush could still nix the deal.

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