U.S., Afghan Lives Increasingly Lost To Roadside Bombs

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In Tennessee, Baking Pie With Stimulus Funds

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Does Envoy's Approach Hint At U.S. Shift On Sudan?

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Slick Swimsuits Stir Trouble In The Water

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One Beer Won't End The Race Conversation

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Week In Review With Daniel Schorr

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The 40-Year-Old Intern

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Agent's Murder Part Of Rising Border Hazards

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Cash For Clunkers: Success Has A Price

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GDP Report A Cause For Faint Hope

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"We go through and check everything that's supposed to be done by the letter, and that's all we can do," says Chuck Fredien, a longtime gun dealer and gunsmith. "I don't have a crystal ball to look into and see if this guy's legitimate or not." Peter Breslow/NPR hide caption

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Despite critical acclaim, The Way Things Are is closing at the end of the month because of low attendance, due to worries over the flu outbreak. Silvina Frydlewsky for NPR hide caption

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In Argentina, Swine Flu Means Early Curtain Call

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Donna Shalala, shown here in 2007, served as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services in the Clinton administration. Stephanie Kuykendal/Getty Images hide caption

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Shalala: Health Revamp May Mean Doctor Shortage

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Health Overhaul Moves One Step Forward, One Back

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