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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

First Drip (1/5/14): Tillis vs. Harris, CVS to stop selling tobacco, UN blasts Vatican, more

This week's cover story dives into the race between Thom Tillis and Mark Harris. Learn more about the candidates, which sides of the Republican party they represent, and how the winner could finally settle the war plaguing the national GOP.

Great move: Starting Oct. 1, CVS will stop selling tobacco products.

A UN committee put the Vatican on blast this week for its handling of child sex abuse and its stances on abortion and homosexuality.

Clay Aiken has announced he will run for Congress (the N.C. 2nd, to be exact).

Families in North and South Korea separated since the Korean War will reunite this month.

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