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Rep. Charles Rangel, shown leaving his office for a vote at the Capitol in July, is accused of 13 ethics violations. Among them: that he lied about his finances in his personal disclosure filings and dodged taxes on rental income from a vacation home in the Dominican Republic. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Rangel Ethics Trial Set To Begin In House

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Yuengling's flagship brewery in Pottsville, Pa., dates back to the early 1800s. Scott Gilbert for NPR hide caption

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Yuengling, Oldest U.S. Beer Maker, Eyes Expansion

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People search for jobs in an employment office in El Centro, Calif. More than 6 million people in the U.S. have been out of work for six months or longer. Mark Ralston/AFP hide caption

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Life On The Sidelines: The Long-Term Unemployed

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Bishop Gerald Kicanas after a hearing on Capitol Hill in July. Some conservative Catholics are leery of Kicanas' progressive views. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Religion

Two Views Of Likely Catholic Leader

Two Views Of Likely Catholic Leader

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Jim Cole, shown in 2000, has been waiting more than 63 days for a confirmation vote in the Senate after being nominated by President Obama to be deputy attorney general. Bill Haber/AP hide caption

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Obama Nominee For Justice Post Left In Limbo

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