President Obama hugs NASA astronaut Mark Kelly, husband of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, during a ceremony last week in Tucson, Ariz. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Giffords Hasn't Been Told Details Of Tucson Shooting

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Giffords Could Be Released Within Days Or Weeks

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Motives Sought In Arizona Shooting

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Emergency personnel work on Jan 8 at the scene where Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, (D-AZ) and others were shot outside a Safeway grocery store in Tucson, Ariz. Nearly anyone at the scene that day will be at risk for post traumatic stress disorder, but it's difficult to predict who will be affected. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Mental Health In Focus After Shooting In Arizona

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Giffords' Condition Continues To Improve

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'Teflon' Governor Must Tackle Colo.'s Budget Shortfall

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Memorial Mass Honors Victims Of Tucson Shooting

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Doctors: Giffords Able To Breathe On Her Own

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Rhetoric Intensifies After Giffords Shooting

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Doctors Optimistic Rep. Giffords Will Recover

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Charges Filed In Giffords Shooting

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Pronghorn antelope cross a rural Wyoming road south of Rock Springs, near a Bureau of Land Management lease sale challenged by the Wyoming Wildlife Federation. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Oil, Gas Firms Find It Harder To Drill On U.S. Land

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The drilling operation at the Doyon Rig 19 at the Conoco-Phillips Carbon location in the National Petroleum Reserve, Alaska. The federal government is working on a plan to guide future drilling in the reserve, but environmental groups want some of the reserve set aside as wilderness. Judy Patrick/AP hide caption

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Battle Heats Up Over Alaskan Petroleum Reserve

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Shell's Nanuq was built especially for oil spill response cleanup in the Arctic Ocean. It can store 12,000 barrels of recovered oil. The 300-foot vessel is docked at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, for the winter. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Shell Pushes Forward To Drill Well In Arctic

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