Senate Weighs Health Care Overhaul
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Nellie Bagley embraces Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at the National Memorial Day Concert in Washington, D.C., in May. In 2006, Bagley's son Jose's Humvee was hit by a grenade — and now he can't talk, walk, eat or move most of his body. But Bagley has fought for his rights and for resources from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Chad J. McNeeley/Department of Defense hide caption

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Mom Finds Strength To Fight For Wounded Marine
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Phasing Out Pennies In A Bid For Change
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Customers and staff at the Tastee Diner in Bethesda, Md., say "sailboat sandwiches" are the way to go. Alice Winkler/NPR hide caption

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Rectangles Vs. Triangles: The Great Sandwich Debate
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Sense Of Touch Can Help Hearing, Study Says
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Wholesale Market Highlights Real-Life Economics
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Safe Driving For Seniors: Officials Get Creative
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Pass The Dessert: America's Thanksgiving Recipes
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Sofia Henriquez, 76, celebrates after scoring in the Wii bowling competition. In addition to singing and dancing during the game, she cheered on her teammates with a noisemaker crafted from a soda bottle filled with pebbles. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Who's Gaming Now? Seniors Turn To Wii Bowling
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Gigantic Cruise Ship Buoys Company's Hopes
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Army Family's Choice: Kids' Care Or Deployment?
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In Massillon, High School Football Is 'Who We Are'
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Rosario Lucero poses by small memorial for her son Marcelo, at her home in Gualaceo, Ecuador. Ana P. Gutierrez/Newsday hide caption

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Do Long Island Police Ignore Hate Crimes?
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Parking Garages: A Multilevel History
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