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Elizabeth Edwards leaves husband John out of will

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The will Elizabeth Edwards signed days before her death last month makes no mention of her estranged husband and two-time presidential candidate John Edwards. Full story...
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PEOPLE: Inside Elizabeth Edwards's last days

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Two months ago, Elizabeth Edwards was laboring to climb the stairs of the old colonial house she had recently bought in Chapel Hill, N.C., for herself and her youngest two children. Separated from husband John since January, she looked forward to making a fresh start come springtime in this new home. Full story...
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Local couple remembers Elizabeth Edwards's heart of gold

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video Elizabeth Edwards made a lot of friends in the Port City. One local couple had the privilege of knowing and working with Edwards. Full story...
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Politicans remember Elizabeth Edwards

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Politicians remember Elizabeth Edwards as a kind and loving woman, who refused to give up. Full story...
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Elizabeth Edwards has died

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Elizabeth Edwards has died after a six-year fight with cancer. She was 61. Full story...
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Statements from colleagues on Edwards's passing

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Statements from the President, Senators Hagan and Burr and Governor Perdue... Full story...
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Elizabeth Edwards stops cancer treatment

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Elizabeth Edwards is seriously ill and doctors say further treatment for her cancer would be unproductive. The family issued a statement Monday that revealed her doctors' diagnosis. Full story...
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John and Elizabeth Edwards separate

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ABC News cites a source close to Elizabeth Edwards saying the couple separated. The network also says John Edwards is no longer living in the couple's Chapel Hill home. Full story...
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Burr vulnerable, but leads possible challengers

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A new poll shows incumbent Richard Burr leads potential Democratic challengers in the race for US Senate next year. But pollsters also say he is in about the same position Elizabeth Dole was before she lost to Kay Hagan.

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