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Mitt Romney celebrates with supporters, his wife, Ann, and five sons at Tuesday's victory party in New Hampshire. A survey with no church ties found that 56 percent of Mormons think the country is "ready" to consider a member of their faith as president. (Associated Press)

Mitt Romney celebrates with supporters, his wife, Ann, and five sons at Tuesday's victory party in New Hampshire. A survey with no church ties found that 56 percent of Mormons think the country is "ready" to consider a member of their faith as president. (Associated Press)

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Best states for concealed carry — ranked worst to first

Concealed carry regulations vary widely across the country. Guns & Ammo magazine looked at the most up-to-date laws in each of the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, and ranked the states from worst to first. Criteria included ease of acquiring a concealed carry permit, costs associated with licensure, training hours required and reciprocity with other states.

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Top 10 handguns in the U.S.

The most prolific makes of handguns manufactured in the U.S., based on production statistics provided to ATF.

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Crazy Celebrity Tattoos

Tattoos are more popular than ever, but don’t let your kids get something like this. Check out the craziest tattoos celebrities have shown off and the ones they came to regret.