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Will these Green Bay fans be cheering as much as they did during the 2011 Super Bowl when their beloved Packer games are interrupted by local political ads this fall? Matt Ludtke/Getty Images hide caption

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Between Touchdowns And Triple Jumps, Politicians Are Popping Up On Sports TV

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Jewish settlers in the West Bank throw stones during clashes with Palestinians near the city of Nablus on May 19. A new report says violence by settlers directed at West Bank Palestinians is up sharply over the past three years. Jaafar Ashtiyeh/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Report: Violence Against West Bank Palestinians Is Up

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Arizona businessman Wil Cardon attends a luncheon in Scottsdale. Cardon faces six-term Rep. Jeff Flake in the Republican primary race for U.S. Senate. Andrea Hsu/NPR hide caption

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Arizona Tea Party Activists Say They're Back

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A worker dismantles a mattress at a recycling facility in Oakland, Calif. The material will be used to make carpet products and proceeds will help support the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, a nonprofit that helps low-income families in Eugene, Ore. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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Turning Trash Into Cash To Help Nation's Poor

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You know you want one: rickshaw seat covers emblazoned with Bollywood stars. It's just one way New Delhi rickshaw drivers are trying to outdo each other in the battle for passengers. Elliot Hannon for NPR hide caption

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Pimp My Rickshaw: India's Drivers Pump Up The Glam

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A lobster on a boat off Mount Desert, Maine, is measured to see if it is a legal size. There has been a glut of lobster this season, driving down prices. Robert F Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Lobster Glut, Low Prices Leave Boats High And Dry

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