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  America filled with emotions over bin Laden’s death

AFL-CIO joins Wis. immigration group's rally

Immigration-rights leaders in Wisconsin have teamed up with national labor leaders to fight for workers' rights and support reform in Madison and Washington, D.C. Full story

Pence Reaction to bin Laden's Death

WISE Washington, D.C. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- U.S. Congressman Mike Pence, a Member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia, issued the following statement regarding Osama bin Laden: Full story

Ban lifted on stem cell research funding

  An appeals court in Washington, D.C. has lifted the ban on federal funding for stem cell research. NBC's Pete Williams has more.

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  Debt ceiling tension: GOP vs. White House

The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson joins Morning Joe to discuss the current political debate in D.C. over the debt ceiling and how it compares to what’s happening in Britain. Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-S.C., also joins the conversation.

  WWII vets go on emotional trip

A group of World War II vets, ages 83 to 95, got a hero’s welcome after arriving in Washington, D.C. to visit the WWII memorial for the first time. The men were overwhelmed by gratitude from their fellow Americans at the site, and one said, "we would do it again to save our freedom."

  Rowing for autism

A Philadelphia firefighter sets out to row from Washington, D.C. to New York City to raise money for autism research. WCAU's Doug Shimell reports.

  Wayward ducklings get human helping hand

A mother duck led her ducklings across busy Washington, D.C. streets to their new home outside the National Geographic Society Building.'s Dara Brown reports.

  Conservative views enforced on D.C.

Washington, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray explains his arrest for protesting a ban on his city from using its own funds to provide abortions to low-income women.

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