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Clif Bar Started With A Hungry Cyclist And A Mom Who Liked To Bake

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Foreigners Still Vulnerable To NSA Snooping

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'President' Once Meant Little More Than 'Foreman'

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Obama Rallies Supporters In Colorado

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Usain Bolt Still The World's Fastest Man

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Equipment for transporting and housing coal sits idle in Cowen, W.Va. Since the natural gas boom, several mines in Webster County have either slowed or shut down operation, laying off hundreds of workers. Guy Raz/NPR hide caption

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Disqualifications Hit Egyptian Elections

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U.S. Soldier Accused Of Afghan Killings

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Rancher Randy Thompson is fighting to keep the Keystone XL pipeline from being built in Nebraska. Guy Raz/NPR hide caption

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