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Dibby Johnson (left) with colleagues Justin Pinder and Dominique Hodo at EchoDitto, one of two of Johnson's current consulting jobs. Courtesy of Dibby Johnson hide caption

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'Retirement Jobs' New Reality For Many

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Sue Spencer, 50, stands with her daughter Gaelyn Spencer, 17, in front of their home in Marlborough, N.H. Erik Jacobs for NPR hide caption

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A Juggling Game For A Single Mom In The Middle

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Eastleigh, an area in Nairobi, Kenya, is known as "Little Mogadishu." It's a Somali neighborhood of mud roads, open sewers and intrigue where the militant group al-Shabab is trying to recruit people to its efforts to create a strict Islamist state in Somalia. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Somalia's Al-Shabab Spreads Its Message In Kenya

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Vice President Joe Biden is the subject of Mark Bowden's article, "The Salesman." Mandel Ngan/Getty Images hide caption

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Tina Brown's Must-Reads: Three Modern Icons

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Albert Snyder, the father of Marine Lance Cpl. Matthew Snyder, is asking the Supreme Court to protect the right of military families to have peaceful and private funerals. Snyder visited Capitol Hill in May to speak about his case. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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High Court Asked To Limit Military Funeral Protests

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At Hershey's Chocolate World in Hershey, Pa., visitors can make their own candy bars using factory equipment. Originally designed as a "worker's paradise" by founder Milton Hershey, the company town has become a tourist destination. Jamie Tarabay/NPR hide caption

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Original Hershey Chocolate Factory Set To Close

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