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There's increased uncertainty in Europe over the future of the common currency, the euro. The central problem is that some euro users, such as Greece, have weak economies while others, such as Germany, have strong ones. Michael Probst/AP hide caption

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Europe's Dilemma: More Integration Or Less?

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A woman walks past an advertisement of the national lottery in Athens. Public outrage over austerity measures is intense, and a new levy on real estate has been dubbed the "monster tax." Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Greece Scrambles To Show It Can Cut Budget Deficit

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The Hurricane Turn is one of the last true whistle-stop trains in the country. Alaskans use it to access homes and cabins in the state's remote interior. Annie Feidt for NPR hide caption

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Into The Wild: Alaskan Train Caters To The Intrepid

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Experts disagree about whether girls as young as 11 should get the HPV vaccine. Mike Kemp/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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HPV Vaccine: The Science Behind The Controversy

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Trevor Reese, 13, gets his diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis booster shot from pediatric nurse practitioner Jenny Lu in Tustin, Calif., in August. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Teens And Tweens Find They Too Need Vaccines To Attend School

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Craig Guenther-Lee (from left), Chad Reed and Naresh Dhiman co-founded Bluebox Now, a startup that links business' data about customers with information they posted online. Wendy Kaufman/NPR hide caption

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The Ups And Downs Of A Tech Startup Roller Coaster

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Maria Bello plays Detective Jane Timoney — a revamped version of Helen Mirren's iconic Jane Tennison — in NBC's remake of the British drama Prime Suspect. Patrick Harbron/NBC hide caption

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NBC's 'Prime Suspect' Hopes To Fill Some Very Big And Very British Shoes

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