Across Egypt, at least 50 million people were eligible to choose from a field of 13 candidates in the country's first free presidential election. Gwen Ifill and McClatchy reporter Nancy Youssef discuss what the historic election means for Egypt's future.
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In an abrupt shift in policy Friday, President Obama backtracked some, announcing that religious employers would not be required to offer free birth control to employees after all. Instead the burden would be on insurers. Ray Suarez and Secretary of…
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra returned to the stage this weekend for two free concerts.
In Chile, rescue crews learned that 33 miners are still alive after 17 days stuck underground, but it could take months to free them. The country's president has appealed to other nations to help speed the recovery effort.
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