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Wanda Kos is undecided this election year, but voted for Barack Obama in 2008. She is concerned for the future of her daughter Sofia, 6, and her two older children, including one son who just joined the military Becky Lettenberger/NPR hide caption

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First And Main

An Undecided Florida Voter Faces Emotional Decision

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An Undecided Florida Voter Faces Emotional Decision

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Gen. Norton Schwartz (shown here in October 2010) is stepping down as the top U.S. Air Force officer. Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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National Security

Air Force Chief Leaves Legacy In The Sky: Drones

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Air Force Chief Leaves Legacy In The Sky: Drones

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Adam Steltzner, the leader of the rover's entry, descent and landing engineering team, cheers after Curiosity touched down safely on Mars on Sunday. Bill Ingalls/NASA/Getty Images hide caption

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Joe's Big Idea

So You Landed On Mars. Now What?

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So You Landed On Mars. Now What?

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Police leave the Standard Chartered Bank's offices Tuesday in London. The bank has been accused of making billions of dollars' worth of transactions with the Iranian regime. Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images hide caption

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Business

Why Evading U.S. Rules May 'Tempt' Foreign Banks

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Why Evading U.S. Rules May 'Tempt' Foreign Banks

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Planet Money

Why Don't More Unemployed Spaniards Get Jobs In Germany?

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Why Don't More Unemployed Spaniards Get Jobs In Germany?

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Surinder Singh and his son Rupinder visited StoryCorps in San Francisco in April. StoryCorps hide caption

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StoryCorps

Two Sikh Men, Two Lifetimes Of Looking Different

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