Morning Edition for October 12, 2006 Hear the Morning Edition program for October 12, 2006
New York Plane Crash Scrutinized by Government
President and Secretary of Defense Stay On-Message
North Korea Warns Japan on Sanctions
Literature and Lullabies from the 'Axis of Evil'
American Tied to Al-Qaida Charged with Treason
AIDS, Other Diseases Create Poverty Trap in Africa
U.N. Appeals to Sudan's Trading Partners over Darfur
New Home Prices Predicted to Fall this Year
HP Spying Scandal Offers Window into Board Battles
Pet-Cloning Company Closes its Doors
Villages Hold Key in Fight for Control of Afghanistan
North Korea Test Aimed at Internal Audience?
Letters: Cash Questions and Child Stress
New York Crash Revives Fears of Terrorism
New Technology Adds Precision to Lasik Surgery
Dr. Slava Fyodorov's 'Beautiful Eyes'
Turkish Writer Wins 2006 Nobel Literature Prize
Budgets Threaten 'A Certain Kind of Blockbuster'
Surprises Common with Nobel Literature Prize
Children Help Police Find Criminals
Chinese Government Warns Against Height Surgery
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