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Fin Nadje Noordhuis
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Wang Heying, 64, supports the new Communist leaders, even if she can barely name them. She says government policies have led street lamps, bigger houses and a TV in every home. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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In Rural China, New Leaders Aren't Familiar Faces

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Caught Me Thinking Bahamas
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What Are They Smoking In Seattle? Check Out Police Dept.'s Guide To Pot Use

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St. Louis Blues Don Byron
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A Fair Sky in Wichita Chad Lawon Trio
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Dirty water from the oil wells flows through oil-caked pipes into a settling pit where trucks vacuum off the oil. A net covers the pit to keep out birds and other wildlife. Streams of this wastewater flow through the reservation and join natural creeks and rivers. Elizabeth Shogren/NPR hide caption

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Loophole Lets Toxic Oil Water Flow Over Indian Land

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Sandy punched a hole in the barrier island that holds the affluent borough of Mantoloking, N.J., temporarily splitting the community in two. The storm also destroyed several multimillion-dollar homes and erased the island's protective system of dunes. Doug Mills/AP hide caption

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In Sandy's Wake, A Reshaped Coastline

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Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood says 1980's "Dance (Pt. 1)," which he helped write, was designed to get people moving. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images hide caption

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Ron Wood's Funky Contribution To The Stones Canon

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