Libyan women hold pictures of leader Moammar Gadhafi in Tripoli earlier this month during a protest against the U.N. resolution authorizing a no-fly zone. The government, says NPR's David Greene, wants Tripoli to seem like a place full of people who revere Gadhafi. There are signs, however, that Gadhafi's grip on the capital could be loosening. Mahmud Turkia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Libya, The Truth Is Often Tough To Pin Down

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In Reporting Nuclear Crisis, Fears Of Exposure

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As Tide Turns, Rebels' Dream Of 'Free Libya' Dims

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Decades ago, the border fence near the port of entry at Nogales, Ariz., and Nogales, Mexico, was made of wire mesh. Now it's a thick steel wall covered with graffiti. Loosely translated, this part of the wall says "Walls Equal Death," although the end of the phrase is not shown. Claudio Sanchez/NPR hide caption

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Once A Mexican Tourist Town, Now No Man's Land

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As winter approaches, Bill Thompson gave Melissa Block's backyard in Washington, D.C., a bird feeding makeover. "It's the time of year most folks start feeding actively, cause we get a lot of the northern birds coming down for the winter, to what they feel is our milder climate," he says. Here, an Eastern bluebird sits on an icy feeder. Bill Thompson III hide caption

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Bird Feeding Tips For The Urban Yard

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Troops crowd President Obama during his visit to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan on Friday. Jim Watson/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama Goes A Long Way To Spread Holiday Cheer

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The deep-water-research submarine Alvin is launched from Atlantis. Scientists are studying how ecosystems in the Gulf of Mexico may have been affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Richard Harris/NPR hide caption

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Deep-Water Dive Reveals Spilled Oil On Gulf Floor

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Feral, Beast Or Canine? Artist Makes Fangs To Scare

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What Would You Call Attack-Ad Funders?

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Russian councilman Jean Gregoire Sagbo speaks in the administration office in Novozavidovo, a village 60 miles north of Moscow, on July 20. As the first black man elected to public office in Russian history, he has been nicknamed Russia’s Obama, something he’s not too pleased about. Sergey Ponomarev/AP hide caption

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First Black Elected Official Defies Racism In Russia

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New College Teaches Young American Muslims

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Katherine Hamilton during a 1981 hurdles race when she was a sophomore at Berkeley. Later that year, Hamilton quit the team and walked away from her sport, largely because of the prevalence of performance-enhancing drugs at the top levels of track and field. Courtesy of Martha Edwards hide caption

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Athlete's 'Nope To Dope' Became 'No To Sports'

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MIT researchers wore the Age Gain Now Empathy System -- a body suit and helmet -- to a grocery store to understand what struggles seniors might have while shopping. Courtesy of MIT's AgeLab hide caption

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What Does It Feel Like To Be 75? Say Goodbye To Spry

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Reporter's Notebook: Waiting Around In Afghanistan

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