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David Ross, also known as Waterman Dave, hands out bottled water and energy drinks from his trunk in San Diego. The 75-year-old retiree has made it his mission to help the homeless — even if it's just with a hug or a kind word. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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National

For San Diego's Homeless, One Man Offers Hope

7 min

For San Diego's Homeless, One Man Offers Hope

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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) sounds like he's ready to make concessions on the budget. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Politics

Battle Over Budget Cuts Moves To Senate

3 min

Battle Over Budget Cuts Moves To Senate

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On this week's podcast we hear about needle biopsies, a less costly and less invasive alternative to surgical biopsies for breast cancer. National Cancer Institute hide caption

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Your Health

More Women Opt For Less Invasive Breast Biopsies

3 min

More Women Opt For Less Invasive Breast Biopsies

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