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Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Va., has gotten dozens of House members to sign on to a letter demanding that President Obama ask for the official blessing of Congress before attacking Syria. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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It's All Politics

Many U.S. Lawmakers Want A Say On Taking Action In Syria

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Many U.S. Lawmakers Want A Say On Taking Action In Syria

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The New York Times headquarters building in New York City. Ramin Talaie/Getty Images hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Outage Summer: What To Know About The Syrian Electronic Army

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Outage Summer: What To Know About The Syrian Electronic Army

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A prostitute in Johannesburg waits for a client on a street corner. An estimated two-thirds of sex workers in South Africa are HIV positive. Yoav Lemmer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Shots - Health News

In South Africa, A Clinic Focuses On Prostitutes To Fight HIV

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In South Africa, A Clinic Focuses On Prostitutes To Fight HIV

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The tale of the tape may be told, in part, by the microbes inside you. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Diverse Gut Microbes, A Trim Waistline And Health Go Together

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Diverse Gut Microbes, A Trim Waistline And Health Go Together

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American folk singer and activist Pete Seeger (left) adopted and helped popularize "We Shall Overcome" by teaching the song at rallies and protests. Here he sings with activists in Greenwood, Miss., in 1963. Adger Cowans/Getty Images hide caption

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The NPR 100

The Inspiring Force Of 'We Shall Overcome'

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The Inspiring Force Of 'We Shall Overcome'

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