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George Zimmerman's legal team decamped Tuesday, saying in a news conference that day that they had had trouble getting through to their client, first because he hadn't been taking their direction and then because he dropped out of contact with them as of last weekend.

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George Zimmerman has taken to the Web to drum up support -- and to support himself. The 28-year-old former neighborhood watch patrolman, who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., on Feb. 26, has launched a website seeking donations to cover his legal and living expenses.

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The man who killed Trayvon Martin last month, George Zimmerman, has claimed his life was threatened in a fight with the unarmed 17-year-old and thus he was forced to shoot the Florida youth. But the injuries that Zimmerman, 28, said he sustained weren't apparent in video footage taken later that day.

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It happened nearly a month ago, and his alleged killer has yet to be arrested, but Trayvon Martin's cause made it to the White House on Friday, as President Obama took the time during a news conference in the Rose Garden to pay tribute to the slain Florida teen and reaffirm the call for justice.

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Jenny Sanford was my role model, until I read her book. I once wrote that the wife of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford offered "a new and improved version of the betrayed political spouse -- neither enabler nor victim." I was wrong.

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On this week's "Left, Right & Center" it's lots of sex, a little health care and even less Michael Jackson. Is sexual repression a uniquely Republican problem? Discuss.

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U.S. taxpayers twice paid for Mark Sanford's trips to Argentina, though they occurred before he met his mistress there. Another trip to the land of gauchos was funded by South Carolinians and took place after he met his lover, though before he claims to have, er, danced the tango with her.

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Turns out Mark Sanford was not hiking in Appalachia, naked or otherwise, during his mysterious seven-day vanishing act. As the governor admitted during the obligatory tearful news conference Wednesday, he spent Father's Day weekend having an affair with a "dear, dear friend" in Argentina. Family values strike again.

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