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Gen. Stanley McChrystal testified Tuesday before Congress in defense of President Obama's new strategy in Afghanistan. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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McChrystal: 5 Years Before Afghans Control Security

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Warren Taylor owns Snowville Creamery, in Pomeroy, Ohio. He gets his milk from 235 brown Jersey cows that graze on a farm owned by his neighbor. John Burnett/NPR hide caption

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National

Got (Good) Milk? Ask The Dairy Evangelist

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Got (Good) Milk? Ask The Dairy Evangelist

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Yera Dominguez uses a credit card reader to charge a customer's credit card for payment last May at Lorenzo's Italian Market in Miami. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Business

Merchants Feel Sting Of Credit, Debit Fees

3 min

Merchants Feel Sting Of Credit, Debit Fees

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