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Fireworks explode over Beijing's Tiananmen Square on Sept. 12 during rehearsals for massive National Day celebrations to be held Oct. 1. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. Imaginechina via AP hide caption

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China Prepares For Glitzy 60th Birthday Bash

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Sun Gold tomatoes can be on restaurant plates in San Francisco in less than 24 hours. Beth Hoffman for NPR hide caption

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Site Helps Chefs Find Farmers, And Fresh Produce

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Martha Martin of Durham, Maine, works three jobs and still can't keep up with her family's medical bills. She has medical insurance, but she and her husband can't make all of the payments. Emilie Sommer for NPR hide caption

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Stacks Of Medical Bills Afflict The 'Underinsured'

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