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The Final Chapter For A Trusty Bookmobile?

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Briefings are part of the demobilization process that the 182nd Infantry Regiment must go through at Camp Atterbury in Columbus, Ind. Tom Dreisbach/NPR hide caption

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A Rest Stop On The Road From Soldier To Civilian

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Tribe Sues To Keep Reservation Free Of Booze

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A Wyoming Millionaire Places His Faith In Santorum

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Lone Star Nation: Today, the Texas capitol flies both the American and Texas flags, but after independence the Lone Star flag would fly on its own. Steve Dunwell/Getty Images hide caption

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Lone Star State Of Mind: Could Texas Go It Alone?

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In 1940, the federal government sent 120,000 census takers across America to ask questions like, "Do you live on a farm?" and "Where were you living on April 1, 1935?" Hansel Mieth/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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1940 Census Release Is 'Super Bowl For Genealogists'

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Trayvon Martin Case: Attorney Choice Sparks Division

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'All Things Considered' on the long odds

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Best Buy Rethinks The Big-Box Model

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Stopgap Bill Keeps Transportation Projects Going

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