Massey Security Chief Indicted In Mine Disaster Probe

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High-Tech Rearview Mirror Can Curb Blind Spots

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A Somali girl in Mogadishu. The city was once a beautiful, seaside tourist town, but two decades of civil war has left it in ruins. Frank Langfitt /NPR hide caption

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Expats Return To Somalia In Hopes Of Aiding Change

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NY Magazine Editor Talks About His Piece On Madoff

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Patt Clark on Asiatic Bittersweet

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Last U.S. Veteran Of World War I Dies At Age 110

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Governors: Medicaid More A Budget Buster Than Ever

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Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels Is Tough On Budgets

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The sun gleamed down on the closed Washington Monument as the federal budget impasse continued in Washington on Jan. 4, 1996. Brawling and bargaining by turns, President Clinton and Republican congressional leaders struggled to make progress toward a balanced budget, while blaming each other for a partial government shutdown that inconvenienced millions. Dennis Cook/AP hide caption

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Democrats, GOP Try To Be Pennywise And Political

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