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Washington's birth-control mandate and a debate on immigration reform, Marco Rubio and President Obama
Today's news and a report on the finalized Health and Human Services regulation requiring employee benefit packages include birth-control and abortifacient-drug coverage, plus: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and a pro/con debate over the immigration-reform proposal most closely identified with him, the president lectures conservative Africa on gay rights, and more
A summary of the Tuesday morning news
Nineteen firefighters remembered, as Arizona's wildfire rages
Egypt: Military leaders raise the stakes for Morsi, ordering him to appease protests or face forcible removal from office
European leaders angry with President Obama following allegations Washington spied on EU nations -- another revelation from fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden
After high court ruling striking down a federal marriage definition, legal watchers wonder whether polygamy prohibitions may be the next to fall
Business report from Warren Cole Smith
HHS finalizes its birth-control mandate regulation
Reporter Steve Jordahl on the controversial new rule and the expected legal resistance to it on religious-freedom grounds
A profile of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)
Political reporter Kent Covington on the most talked-about Republican superstars and the problems he's encountered since lending his name and support to an immigration-reform proposal controversial with his political base of support.
Immigration-reform bill debate
Warren Cole Smith talks with proponent Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform and opponent Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies
Obama lectures Africans on gay rights
During his six-day African trip, President Obama's controversial comments on homosexuality drew a negative response from religious and political leaders in Kenya.