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Teen's alleged police beating caught on tape: Houston's mayor and police department were on the defensive Friday, two days after graphic video came out showing several police repeatedly kicking and beating a teen.
Chick-fil-A controversy shines light on restaurant's Christian DNA: The ongoing Chick-fil-A flap – which has gay rights groups blasting the restaurant chain for donating food to an anti-gay marriage group – may be a fleeting controversy for a privately held company that is more accustomed to fiercely loyal patrons and generally positive press coverage.
Arlington burial refused for U.S. ally: The family of a man who fought alongside U.S. troops in Vietnam have been told their relative will not be allowed to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. FULL STORY
AT&T fires back in Verizon iPhone ad bout: A complicated love triangle is playing out on television, not on soap operas, but in commercials from AT&T and Verizon Wireless about Apple's iPhone.
Egypt's government meets opposition: Apparent fissures in Egypt's regime surfaced Saturday as key members of the embattled ruling party, including President Hosni Mubarak's once heir-apparent son, resigned their party leadership posts and the vice president began talks with opposition leaders.