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On 'Morning Edition': Carrie Johnson talks with Steve Inskeep

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Toyota Steers Ads To Bring In More Minority Buyers

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Greek Americans React To Turmoil Abroad

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'Mr. Petunia' Helped Beautify Quaint Mich. Town

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Debt Ceiling Fight Sparks Political Shame Game

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First-Class Movie Theater To Open In South LA

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DOJ Investigates Deaths Of Two Detainees

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Soccer fans attend the women's World Cup opener between Germany and Canada. In Germany, the game drew a TV audience of more than 18 million, or a quarter of the country's population — better stats than some men's matches garner. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Growers Nervous As Washington Eyes Farm Subsidies

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President Obama presents Secretary of Defense Robert Gates with the Presidential Medal of Freedom during a ceremony Thursday on the River Parade Field at the Pentagon. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Debt Deadlock Chills Consumers

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Tammy Marquardt, now 39, spent 14 years in prison for a crime she didn't commit. Joseph Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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The Child Cases: Lessons From Canada

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Dubai now boasts the world's largest building, Burj Khalifa. Zakaria says the world is now experiencing what he calls "the rise of the rest," where countries around the world are growing at previously unthinkable rates. Marwan Naamani/Getty Images hide caption

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What Does A 'Post-American World' Look Like?

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