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Court Hears Arguments Over Releasing Detainees' Names

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Court Hears Arguments Over Releasing Detainees' Names

Court Hears Arguments Over Releasing Detainees' Names

Court Hears Arguments Over Releasing Detainees' Names

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A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C, hears the Bush administration's appeal of a decision ordering it to release the names of those who have been long detained — but are still not charged — in the war on terrorism. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports.