Renee Montagne Renee Montagne is a special correspondent and host at NPR.
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Talks On Iran's Nuclear Program Try Again For Deal

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JPMorgan, DOJ Expected To Settle Over Mortgage Abuses

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Kansas City Chiefs Are NFL's Only Undefeated Team

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Unemployment Rate Rises To 7.3 Percent

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Democrats, Republicans Split Election Wins In Virginia, N.J.

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Five years ago, chef Roy Choi and a partner launched Kogi and ushered in a food truck "new wave" in Los Angeles. He tells his story in his new book, L.A.Son: My Life, My City, My Food. Courtesy of Harper Collins hide caption

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LA Food Truck King Tells His Story, One Recipe At A Time

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