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Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, shown talking with a reporter in Jefferson City, Mo., in February, is the leading Democrat in the race to replace retiring Sen. Kit Bond. Kelley McCall/AP hide caption

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Carnahan Plays Up Her Missouri Roots In Senate Race

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Two U.S. soldiers walk past a group of Afghan men resting on top of a destroyed tank in the Panjshir Valley of Afghanistan in September 2005. David Guttenfelder/AP hide caption

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'Shocking' Report: U.S. Funding Afghan Warlords

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Protesters from Amnesty International in Hong Kong demonstrate in March 2009 against the death penalty in China. The human-rights group says China executed more than 1,700 people in 2008, roughly three-quarters of the world total. Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Executions In China Under Growing Scrutiny

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Humboldt County, Calif., is home to the Karuk tribe. Many of the tribe's members and others who live in the area have had to leave because of the lack of Internet access, which often hinders business growth. Laura Sydell/NPR hide caption

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FCC Eyes Broadband For Indian Reservations

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Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, in Kandahar earlier this week. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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McChrystal Faces Obama At The White House

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