Howard Berkes Howard Berkes is a correspondent for the NPR Investigations Unit.
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Wounded Soldier's Family Feels Forgotten by Army
Grief Camp Helps Children Cope with War Losses
Utah Mine Rescue Tests Hope
Six Miners Trapped in Collapsed Utah Mine
Maine Island Celebrates New Independence
Candidates Forego Assembly of Rural Voters
Las Vegas Water Battle: 'Crops vs. Craps'
Poll: Rural Vote No Longer a Lock for Republicans
Bird's Eye Photographer Shoots from His Cessna
Public TV Series Examines 'The Mormons'
Quiet Protest Greets Vice President Cheney at BYU
NBC Defends Release of Va. Tech Gunman Video
Cheney Speech Prompts Protests at BYU
Mexican 'Ice' Replaces Home-Cooked Meth in U.S.