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Adam Graham (from left to right), Tanae Foglia, Kelly Hruska, Stacey Ferguson, Corie Driscoll, Angela Tilghman and Sharon Johnson participate in a round-table discussion about parenting hosted by Michele Norris at NPR's headquarters in Washington, D.C. Emily Bogle/NPR hide caption

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The Baby Project

Parents Sound Off On The Economics Of Child Care

7 min

Parents Sound Off On The Economics Of Child Care

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Tens of thousands of Bahrainis participate in an anti-government march on July 29 in Saar, Bahrain. The protest took place a day after authorities raided and shut down the local office of an international medical aid group, highlighting the way the government crackdown has included medical workers who have treated injured protesters. Hasan Jamali/AP hide caption

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Middle East

Doctors Without Borders Targeted In Bahrain

3 min

Doctors Without Borders Targeted In Bahrain

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Thousands of Turks march in Istanbul in May to protest against Internet filter regulations that were scheduled to go into effect in August. The government now says it will wait until November to introduce the measures. AP hide caption

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In Turkey, Proposed Internet Filters Stir Protests

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Teens perform in a summer theater program in Washington, D.C., where the teen unemployment rate is currently the nation's highest, at nearly 50 percent. Amanda Steen/NPR hide caption

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Economy

Teen Unemployment Molding 'Lost Generation'

4 min

Teen Unemployment Molding 'Lost Generation'

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Kanye West and Jay-Z's highly anticipated collaboration made its debut Monday on iTunes. Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images hide caption

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Music Reviews

Jay-Z And Kanye West: Stuck In Cruise Control

4 min

Jay-Z And Kanye West: Stuck In Cruise Control

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Daimler Trucks North America President and CEO Martin Daum, center, speaks with reporters outside the White House Tuesday after he and other executives met with President Obama to discuss new fuel efficiency standards. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Business

Truck Industry Welcomes New Fuel Regulations

3 min

Truck Industry Welcomes New Fuel Regulations

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Valerie Moore's weight and poor eating habits caught up with her two years ago, when she had a stroke at age 26. Dave Anderson Photography hide caption

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Living Large: Obesity In America

Tackling Obesity Amid Poverty In A Miss. County

5 min

Tackling Obesity Amid Poverty In A Miss. County

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Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi (right) and Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti at a news conference in Rome on Aug. 5. The European Central Bank has agreed to help Italy with its debt crisis but is demanding tough austerity measures. Andrew Medichini/AP hide caption

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Europe

Italians Bristle At The Price Of Financial Help

4 min

Italians Bristle At The Price Of Financial Help

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Charlton Heston (left) as Miguel Vargas and Orson Welles as Hank Quinlan in Touch of Evil The Kobal Collection hide caption

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The Kobal Collection

Movies

On Location: 'Touch Of Evil"s Border Showdown

8 min

On Location: 'Touch Of Evil"s Border Showdown

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