Businessman Tom Wolf talks to U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz before the Pennsylvania Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Debate last week in Philadelphia. Michael Perez/AP hide caption

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Pa. Democrats Aim For Spot To Challenge GOP Governor

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Keystone Pipeline Dispute Muddles The Path Forward On Energy Bill

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Senate May Bypass White House And Approve Keystone XL Pipeline

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A Year From Tragedy, Boston Marathon Laurels Go To American

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Marathoners Take To Boston's Streets After Last Year's Bombing

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Organizers Predict Huge Crowd For Boston Marathon

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Marathon Safety Embraced By Boston, For The Most Part

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Boston Mourns A Tragic Anniversary With Voices Of Victims

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Boston To Pay Tribute To Victims Of Last Year's Bombing

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A Philadelphia Gas Works employee replaces old steel and cast-iron pipes with new plastic pipes that are less likely to leak. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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After Deaths, Renewed Focus On Leaky Gas Pipelines

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Before Classes Even Begin, Mass Stabbing Leaves School Reeling

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Fraudsters can get a lot of data by hacking payroll systems. iStockphoto hide caption

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This Tax Season, Fraudsters May Target Your Refund

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The Ohmsett research facility, which researches oil spill response, was closed just before the Exxon Valdez accident. It was reopened as part of the measures included in the Oil Pollution Act of 1990. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Why Oil Drilling Is Both Safer And Riskier Since Exxon Valdez

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A Dubious Birthday For The Exxon Valdez

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Washington Post advice columnist Judith Martin compares surveys to an insecure friend: " 'Are you sure you like me? Really? Do you like me?' And after a while you want to say, 'No! Go away!' " iStockphoto hide caption

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Customer Surveys Are Here To Stay. Suggestions For Improvement?

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