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Arizona Rampage: Congresswoman, Others Shot

Capitol Hill Ponders Tucson Shootings

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Capitol Hill Ponders Tucson Shootings

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Minnesota Gov. Pawlenty (second from left) and other governors participate in a U.S. Chamber of Commerce summit on job creation. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Pawlenty Touts Minnesota's Lessons On Health Care

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Attorney Judy Clarke is to defend Jared Loughner, the accused shooter in last Saturday's deadly rampage in Tucson, Ariz., that killed six people and seriously wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ). Troy Maben/AP hide caption

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Arizona Rampage: Congresswoman, Others Shot

Loughner's Attorney No Stranger To Tough Cases

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Loughner's Attorney No Stranger To Tough Cases

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The planet Kepler-10b, seen in this artist's drawing, is about 1.4 times the size of Earth and is the smallest planet ever discovered outside of our solar system. NASA hide caption

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Kepler Space Telescope Spots Its First Rocky Planet

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The Obamas depart Monday after observing a moment of silence to honor those killed and wounded during Saturday's shooting in Tucson, Ariz. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Arizona Rampage: Congresswoman, Others Shot

'Consoler In Chief': Tough Role In Partisan Times

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'Consoler In Chief': Tough Role In Partisan Times

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A year after a massive earthquake destroyed much of Port-au-Prince, more than a million people remain in makeshift housing in Haiti's capital, in encampments such as this one near the slum of Cite Soleil. Local workers are building 18-by-9-foot transitional wooden shelters here to house some of the 800 families living in the camp. Valentina Pasquali for NPR hide caption

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Haiti A Year Later

Haiti Aid Groups Criticized As Money Sits Unspent

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Haiti Aid Groups Criticized As Money Sits Unspent

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