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Pa. Governor Comes To Office With Big Agenda

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Americans demonstrate in support of the Egyptian people's protests against President Hosni Mubarak in front of the White House on Saturday. Nicholas Kamm/Getty Images hide caption

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Egyptian Americans Rally In Support Of Countrymen

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The No-Fly List: FBI Says It's Smaller Than You Think

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Baltimore residents Patricia Granata and Christine O'Connell wait for Baltimore's 1999 Best Hon Contest to begin. Part of the city's annual HonFest, the contest takes a humorous look at Baltimore natives and their customs. Gail Burton/AP hide caption

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Baltimoreans To Businesswoman: Not So Fast, Hon

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Defense-Related Businesses Try To Survive Cutbacks

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The former administrative building of the Pennhurst State School and Hospital is now the main location for the Pennhurst Asylum, a Halloween haunted event in Spring City, Pa. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Haunted House Has Painful Past As Asylum

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Pvt. E-2 David Mangold crawls under barbed wire during a series of obstacles in a training course. For the first time in 30 years, the U.S. Army has changed the way it trains new recruits. Core exercises and sprints have replaced bayonets and long runs. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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For Army, Preventing Soldier Suicides Starts On Day 1

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The University of Maryland competitive cheer team, including Alison Iovino (right) and Tricia Fitzgerald (left), has won the national competition four times in its seven-year history. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Competitive Cheerleading Fights For Official Status

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O'Donnell Supporters Stand Firm Despite Ridicule

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At Hershey's Chocolate World in Hershey, Pa., visitors can make their own candy bars using factory equipment. Originally designed as a "worker's paradise" by founder Milton Hershey, the company town has become a tourist destination. Jamie Tarabay/NPR hide caption

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Original Hershey Chocolate Factory Set To Close

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A man looks over items at a new Walmart Supercenter store in Bowling Green, Ohio. J.D. Pooley/Getty Images hide caption

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Midnight Shopping On The Brink Of Poverty

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Fannie Mae Gives Some Military Families A Break

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Pop-up stores, like this one in Burbank, Calif., last year, disappear once a holiday is over. David McNew/Getty Images North America hide caption

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Boo! Pop-Up Stores Popping Up All Over

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The Munir family gathers for dinner during an Eid celebration on Thursday. Yanina Manolova for NPR hide caption

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Muslims Worry Eid Feasts Could Be Misconstrued

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Imam Behind NYC Islamic Center Absent Amid Debate

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