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A sign hangs in the window of an information booth at the Lincoln Memorial in December 1995, announcing the temporary closure of the attraction due to the government shutdown. Mark Wilson/AP hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Brian Naylor on the Navy Yard shootings

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Secretary Napolitano Finishes Up At Homeland Security

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Cincinnati's Airport: Best In The U.S.?

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Sleepy, Southern And Segregated: What D.C. Was Like In '63

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Carnegie Mellon's autonomous car, developed with General Motors, is by all appearances a normal Cadillac SRX crossover — except for the big red button in the middle of the dashboard. In an emergency, the button allows the car to be switched immediately back to standard driving mode. GM-Carnegie Mellon Autonomous Driving Collaborative Research Lab hide caption

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Wendy Davis Faces Uphill Battle If She Runs For Texas Governor

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