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Bush, Pentagon call for new nukes, missile defense system, as bombs' toxic legacy lingers.
US considers revamping foreign aid programs to help weed out problems.
A government-sponsored conference hopes to lift some traditional taboos.
High court considering case that could redefine protections outlawing gender discrimination.


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More than 130,000 Sudanese have fled to Chad due to fighting in Darfur.
Europe sends money for observers, as the US considers designating western Sudan fighting a 'genocide.'
A California plan to be unveiled Monday would be the first to curb greenhouse-gas emissions in cars.
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Families of reservists called to active duty often lose income. How one family makes ends meet.
As parents seek more legal protection, controversy over drugs' impact deepens.
In Britain, women make up a larger part of the wealthy population than their male counterparts.
Facing workplace bias because of race and gender, women of color often struggle to advance.
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