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NPR's Ari Shapiro: Tough Talk, But No Shutdown

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Budget Negotiations: A Study Of Game Theory

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Among Lawmakers, Budget Battle Heats Up

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Obama Aims To Reduce Foreign Oil Reliance

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Obama To Visit Rising Economic Power Brazil

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