Campaigning In South Carolina? Bring Your Appetite

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Blowout Preventer Theory Debated In Oil Spill Inquiry

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Aaron Neville revisits the house where he spent his teen years in uptown New Orleans. Debbie Elliot/NPR hide caption

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Aaron Neville Has 'Been Changed'

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Members of the Vietnamese community listen in Kenner, La., as independent claims administrator Ken Feinberg and Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu conduct a town hall meeting for residents economically affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Southeast Asian Immigrants Flounder After Gulf Spill

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Gulf Coast Residents Face Claims Deadline

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Darryl and Kristina Pendergrass and their sons, William, 3, and Ian, 20 months. The family gets by on Daryl's $43,000-a-year salary as a biologist with the Alabama Department of Public Health. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Ala. Family Of Four Struggles In Economic Climate

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Claims Czar's Slow Pace Frustrates Gulf Businesses

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Jody Blount of Krebs Architecture and Engineering readies to take a sediment sample on the shores of Weeks Bay on the Alabama Gulf Coast. The city of Orange Beach has hired independent scientists to monitor the air, water and soil in the wake of the massive oil spill. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Gulf Coast Communities Investigate Oily Sea Mist

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Sunbathers walk along the beach in Pensacola Beach, Fla. on Aug. 1. Local business officials are asking for a substantial federal investment in getting tourists back to the coast after the peak summer season was wiped out by the oil spill. Dave Martin/AP hide caption

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Officials Try To Calm Fears In Spill Aftermath

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A boat with an oil boom tries to contain the spill, approximately 7 miles from where the oil rig sank last week. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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How An Oil Spill Spread Into A National Crisis

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After Passage In Senate, House To Vote On Bailout

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Energy A Priority As Congress Returns From Break

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Report Reveals Corruption in Iraqi Government

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Obama Courts Cuban-American Voters

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Republicans Compete in Iowa Straw Poll

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