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Mission From God?
L.A.'s Cardinal Mahony, who leads the largest Roman Catholic archdiocese in the nation, has instructed his priests to defy a federal law that would make humanitarian assistance to undocumented immigrants illegal. Watch the video and tell us what you think about Cardinal Mahony’s call to ignore proposed immigration law. Give his request an Up or Down vote.
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"In God We Trust"
It’s already on U.S. currency, but should the national motto “In God We Trust” appear in and on government buildings? One California politician says "yes." Watch the video and sound off with an Up or Down vote!
"Sopranos'" Return: Bada-Bing or Bada-Bust?
It’s been almost two years since Adriana LaCerva was whacked and swanky mobster Johnny Sack was arrested in the closing episodes of the fifth season. This Sunday, The Family is returning for one last bada-bang! But after 21 months of rumors, will season six live up to the hype?
Read more, then tell us if you give the "Sopranos" season six an Up or Down vote!
Most Liveable States
New Hampshire has been ranked the most liveable state according to a recent survey by the Morgan Quitno Press. The company, which has been crunching geographical numbers for 16 years, ranked New Jersey fifth on the list, New York No. 32, and Connecticut at No. 10. Read more, check where your state ranks, and tell us if you agree. Give this list an Up or Down vote!
CBS vs. Stern
CBS Corp.'s radio division is suing Howard Stern, claiming the shock jock breached his contract with them when he moved to Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. The lawsuit claims that Stern improperly used CBS radio's air time to promote his new show with Sirius, and that he discussed his plans with Sirius without disclosing them to CBS as required under his contract.

Read more, watch part one of Hannity's interview with Howard Stern, and tell give the lawsuit an Up or Down vote. Don't miss part two — tonight at 9 p.m. / 2 a.m. ET!
Woman Crowned Homecoming King
Hood College is reviewing its homecoming rules after a lesbian was crowned king, a college official said. Jennifer Jones, the 21-year-old senior who beat out three men for the honor, said the crowning was a positive step for the private liberal arts college.

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Supreme Court Upholds College Military Recruiting Law
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that colleges that accept federal money must allow military recruiters on campus, despite university objections to the Pentagon's "don't ask, don't tell" policy on gays. Justices rejected a free-speech challenge from law school professors who claimed they should not be forced to associate with military recruiters or promote their campus appearances.

Read more and then let us know if you give the Supreme Court's decision an Up or Down vote!
Colorado Teacher On Leave After Alleged Anti-Bush Remarks
At least 150 Overland High School students walked out of class Thursday to protest administrators' decision to put a teacher on leave while they investigate remarks he made about President Bush during class, including that some people compare Bush to Adolf Hitler.

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New $10 Bill Set for Circulation
Appropriate for the upcoming spring blooming season, your wallet is about to get more colorful. The newly redesigned $10 bill is going into circulation.

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Veterans' Health Care Concerns
Under a White House budget proposal, tens of thousands of veterans with non-critical medical issues could see delays or even denial of care. Even though the cost of providing medical care to veterans has been growing by leaps and bounds, White House budget documents assume a cutback in 2008 and further cuts thereafter.

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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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