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Adventurous carnivores from all over New England have been flocking to the Wild Game Supper in Bradford, Vt., for almost 60 years. The fare at this year's event included beaver, boar, moose and buffalo. Herb Swanson for NPR hide caption

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In Vermont, A Wild-Game Church Supper Feeds The MultitudesVPR

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JPMorgan Chase & Co. agreed to a $13 billion settlement over faulty mortgage securities with the Justice Department on Tuesday, though it did not admit any wrongdoing. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What Have Mortgage Settlements Done For Homeowners Lately?

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Former state chemist Annie Dookhan, left, stands alongside her attorney on Friday. She admitted faking test results in criminal cases and was sentenced to 3-to-5 years in prison. David L. Ryan /AP hide caption

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Examining The 'Red Flags' In A Massachusetts Crime Lab ScandalWBUR

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