Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert address thousands gathered for The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on the National Mall in Washington on Saturday. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Sanity/Fear' Rally A Protest Of The Absurd

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Even If House Is Lost, Obama Finds Hope In History

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House Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio (center) looks on as President Obama talks to House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland. Obama has said he hopes for more bipartisanship next year, but Republicans see the coming election as a sign that Americans don't want Congress to sign on to the Obama agenda. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Post-Election Bipartisanship? The Outlook Isn't Good

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Arizona state Sen. Russell Pearce, pictured here at Tea Party rally on Oct. 22, was instrumental in drafting the state's immigration law. He also sits on a American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) task force, a group that helped shape the law. Joshua Lott/Getty Images hide caption

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Prison Economics Help Drive Ariz. Immigration Law

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Pvt. E-2 David Mangold crawls under barbed wire during a series of obstacles in a training course. For the first time in 30 years, the U.S. Army has changed the way it trains new recruits. Core exercises and sprints have replaced bayonets and long runs. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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For Army, Preventing Soldier Suicides Starts On Day 1

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Maria Dominguez picks Gala apples in an orchard in Wapato, Wash., in 2007. Shannon Dininny/AP hide caption

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Farm Work: Americans Steer Clear Of Apple Harvest

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Sal Russo, Tea Party Express founder, in his Sacramento, Calif., "war room" in March. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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'Tea Party Express' Shakes Up GOP And The Movement

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Ben Rapoport takes Erin Wyner's pulse as she runs on a treadmill to determine how many carbohydrates she should eat to run a successful marathon. Richard Knox/NPR hide caption

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Avoid The 'Bonk': Running A Marathon Scientifically

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Who Knew? For more than 20 years, research librarian Kee Malesky has answered questions for NPR reporters, editors and hosts. She has compiled some of her favorite bits of "inessential knowledge" — such as which building did Elvis leave last? -- in a new book, All Facts Considered. Robert P. Malesky hide caption

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'All Facts Considered' By NPR's Longtime Librarian

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Freddie Mac

Housing Guy Apologizes For Housing Bubble

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From 'The Hammersteins'/Copyright Black Dog and Leventhal

The Hammersteins' Path From Brooms To Broadway

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Supporting Those Left Behind By Military Suicides

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Realtor Teresa Sciubba (left) talks to real estate investor Kristin Gragg outside a foreclosed property in Chandler, Ariz. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Home Foreclosures Continue Despite Delays

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The Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif., filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday. The megachurch, birthplace of the Hour of Power televangelist broadcast, has been trying to overcome mounting debt for months. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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A Fast Fall For Once Mighty Megachurch

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Larry Whitt, who served 12 years in the Navy before leaving because he is gay, protests the "don't ask, don't tell" policy as President Obama arrives in Coral Gables, Fla., on Oct. 11. Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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Pro-Gay Groups 'Desperate' For Obama To Take Action

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