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On Debate Over Pulling Troops: The View From Some On The Ground

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In some cases, hackers may be seeking to gain access to a company's computer network simply to have it as a base of operations during a future conflict. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Latest Hacks Could Set The Stage For Cyberwar

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Hanauta UoU
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Apple Announces iCloud Music Service

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School bus driver Jamille Aine, shown here in 2008, worked for an employer in Connecticut that didn't offer paid sick days; a prolonged illness could have imperiled his ability to pay bills. A bill the state's governor has promised to sign would give workers in companies with 50 or more employees a week of paid sick time. Douglas Healey/AP hide caption

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Conn. Poised To Be First State To Mandate Sick Pay

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Season's Trees Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi
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Orchestral Perplexa
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Return to Me Greg Leisz
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Lady! Charlie Hunter Trio
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Instead of building costly, huge nuclear power plants like the Exelon Byron station in Byron, Ill., engineers are scaling down — aiming for garage-sized reactors that produce just one-tenth the amount of electricity of a conventional facility. Jeff Haynes/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Is The Future Of Nuclear Power In Minireactors?

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Pam Machold's home on Little Porter Mountain has been so badly twisted by the Keene Valley landslide that local officials condemned the structure. Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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Slow-Motion Landslide Threatens Homes In New York

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The Fingerlakes Tommy Emmanuel
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Daisy Mae Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
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