Morning Edition for August 12, 2009 Hear the Morning Edition program for August 12, 2009
Analyst Urges More Troops For Afghanistan
Singer Farhad Darya is performing for free to encourage his countrymen to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Rocking The Vote, Afghan-Style
Environmental Engineering graduate student Daniel Tkacik (right) and engineer David Van Gilst analyze the composition of air samples sucked in from outside the plane.
Earth Science From The Sky: The Next Generation
Kill Grandma? Debunking A Health Bill Scare Tactic
Google Deal With Publishers Raises Privacy Concerns
A Classic List Of Must-Read Children's Books
Kaiser Permanente Announces Layoffs
Madoff Aide's Guilty Plea Could Net More Arrests
Fed Weighs State Of The Economy
Animal Groups Seek Court Help On Helmsley Estate
Strike On Village May Prove Pivotal In S. Afghanistan
U.S. Targets Taliban-Drug Trade Link In Afghanistan
Muted Reaction To Obama Health Care Town Hall
Will Insurance Exchange Help Cut Health Costs?
Economic Slump Hits Nation's Truckers
U.S. Faces Policy Challenge On Myanmar
Some Chinese Question Government's Finger Pointing
Dungy On Vick: 'I Would Take A Chance On Him'
Many Halls Of Fame, Only One 'Bullet Bob' Hayes
Court Spectator's Yawn Proves Costly
Making Your Cubicle Truly Personal
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