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Austin American-Statesman - - FRONT PAGE - Mcafee: Egypt tur­moil: Syria con­flict: Unions dealt blow:

Tea party fa­vorite Jim DeMint of South Carolina is leav­ing two years into his sec­ond term to run a Washington think tank.

Soft­ware com­pany founder is de­nied asy­lum in Guatemala af­ter flee­ing Belize, where he is wanted for ques­tion­ing in the death of a fel­low ex­pa­tri­ate.

More se­nior of­fi­cials re­sign while clashes be­tween pres­i­dent’s back­ers and de­trac­tors leave 6 dead and 450 wounded.

Talks be­tween the United States and Rus­sia sig­nal pos­si­ble unity on ef­forts to end the civil war as As­sad’s regime grows weaker.

Repub­li­can law­mak­ers in Michi­gan ap­prove right-to-work leg­is­la­tion, draw­ing protests from union sup­port­ers, some ofwhom are pep­per-sprayed by po­lice when they try to storm the Se­nate cham­ber.

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