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Former Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey campaigns at a Democratic caucus site on April 14 at Bellevue University in Bellevue, Neb. Kerrey has decided to run again for his old seat in the U.S. Senate. Clay Masters for NPR hide caption

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Elections

Democrat Bob Kerrey Faces Uphill Race In Nebraska

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Democrat Bob Kerrey Faces Uphill Race In Nebraska

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Hedge fund manager Paul Singer of Elliott Management has donated $1 million to Mitt Romney's superPAC. Lucas Jackson/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Million-Dollar Donors

SuperDonor Backs Romney — And Gay Marriage

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SuperDonor Backs Romney — And Gay Marriage

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Threatened Catholics Churches Saved In Cleveland

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Many computer users today use tools like Facebook MySpace to connect online. But some computer hobbyists still use pre-Web technologies to interact. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Technology

In Noisy Digital Era, 'Elegant' Internet Still Thrives

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In Noisy Digital Era, 'Elegant' Internet Still Thrives

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Near the end of his headlining set at the 2012 Coachella Valley Music & Arts festival, Snoop Dogg (left) performed next to a hologram of the deceased Tupac Shakur. Christopher Polk/Getty Images hide caption

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The Record

How That Tupac Hologram At Coachella Worked

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How That Tupac Hologram At Coachella Worked

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A tax service company in Brooklyn, N.Y, on Tuesday, the filing deadline for federal taxes. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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National

If You Hate Tax Day, Just Wait Until Next Year

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If You Hate Tax Day, Just Wait Until Next Year

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Planet Money

Pay Your Taxes: A Cautionary Tale

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Pay Your Taxes: A Cautionary Tale

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U.S. Navy crewmen watch a B-25 bomber take off from the USS Hornet for the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo on April 18, 1942. AP hide caption

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How America 'Struck Back': Doolittle Raid Turns 70

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"As usual, the party in my imagination is much grander than the actual one," Kat Edmonson says of the song "Champagne." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kat Edmonson 'Just Wasn't Made For These Times'

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