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About half of Kodak's 38,000 retirees still live in Rochester, N.Y., where the company is headquartered. David Duprey/AP hide caption

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Kodak Retirees Worry Amid Bankruptcy Talk

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Compared to many of the dynamic economies in Asia, development is Russia's Far East is limited. Here, men wait for a ferry to take them to Russky Island just off Vladivostok, on Russia's Pacific Coast. In the background, a bridge to the island is being built. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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In Russia's Far East, A Frayed Link To Moscow

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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in December. In the past year, banks in New York and around the country have announced tens of thousands of job cuts, as there isn't the same need for some financial services as before. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Layoffs Hit Wall Street As Financial Needs Change

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Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention, testifies before Congress on July 14, 2010. He thinks religious conservatives should try to rally behind a candidate other than Mitt Romney. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Evangelical Leaders Struggle To Crown A Candidate

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The northern Afghan town of Char Bolak is guarded by the Critical Infrastructure Police, an auxiliary police program. The U.S. is increasingly relying on ad hoc local militias to fight the Taliban, but residents and government officials have concerns about the militias. Quil Lawrence/NPR hide caption

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In Afghanistan, Some Former Taliban Become Police

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The embattled general manager and artistic director of New York City Opera, George Steel. Jason Kempin/Getty Images hide caption

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Will The Show Go On At New York City Opera?

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