Robert Smith Robert Smith is a correspondent for NPR's Planet Money where he reports on how the global economy is affecting our lives.
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Happy Birthday, Mr. President, from Art Fans

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Manhattan Prepares for Sensational Sunset

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McCain Gets Chilly Reception at New School

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Elmo's Dad Ships Out for Duty on 'Sesame Street'

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Drink Makers Pledge to Cut Soft-Drink Sales in Schools

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Strike Leaves New York City Transit Union Weaker

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Short of Teachers, New York Tries a Housing Lure

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Tax Service Follows Clients to the Watering Hole

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Project Gives Forgotten NYC Rail Line New, Lush Life

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