Army Gen. Petreaus Would Retire To Head CIA

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Obama To Unveil Troop Drawdown In Afghanistan

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Army Spc. Christopher B. Fishbeck of Buena Park, Calif., poses for a photo on a rooftop during his tour of duty in Iraq. Courtsey of Fishbeck's Family hide caption

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Soldier Killed In Iraq Predicted He Wouldn't Make It

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The declassified Pentagon Papers released by the National Archives and the Nixon, Kennedy and Johnson Presidential Libraries. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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After 40 Years, Pentagon Papers Declassified In Full

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Panel Questions Panetta Over Afghan War, Budget

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Defense Secretary Robert Gates has sought to raise rates on military health insurance paid by working-age retirees. This week, he spoke to troops at Forward Operating Base Walton in Kandahar, Afghanistan. U.S. Navy/Getty Images hide caption

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Health Care Costs New Threat To U.S. Military

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David Jackson (left) and Dave Petrillo of Coffee Joulies brought in more than $300,000 using Kickstarter.com. Paul Agus/Courtesy of Coffee Joulies hide caption

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Arts-Funding Site Gets 'Kickstart' From Business Bids

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Obama Taps Army General To Lead Joint Chiefs

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Obama Taps Army Leader As New Joint Chiefs Head

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Elizabeth Warren, assistant to the president and special adviser to the Treasury secretary on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, testifies before a House Oversight Committee hearing on Tuesday. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Consumer Agency: A Political Lightning Rod

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Brian and Jennifer Barfield met at a networking group for the unemployed. This is one of their engagement photos. Courtesy of the Barflields hide caption

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Finding Love While Searching For Work

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St. Vincent performing Big Black

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Ads like these — from the Electronic Payments Coalition — appear in about 100 rail cars within the Washington, D.C., Metrorail system. Ryan Brooks/NPR hide caption

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Banks, Retailers In Lobbying Race Over Debit Fees

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Jobless Rate Ticks Up To 9 Percent

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U.S. Government Sues Deutsche Bank

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