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PBS leads the pack in nominations for the 38th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, followed by ABC, syndicated shows and CBS, according to the Hollywood Reporter. General Hospital, soon to be the lone soap opera left on ABC, was the most-nominated show, garnering 21.
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Can President Obama be defeated in his bid for a second term? It depends, of course, on whom Republicans choose as their candidate, but it's clear that Mr. Obama is vulnerable on several major fronts.
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U.S. security and intelligence officials say al Qaeda is severely weakened after losing Osama bin Laden, and some analysts go further, noting cautiously that the terrorist group may be in its death throes from the relentless U.S. and allied campaign to kill and capture its leaders and members.
House Speaker John A. Boehner said Tuesday that the killing of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden presents a make-or-break moment for U.S.-Pakistani relations.
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