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Worst Enemy Dan Cray
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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney makes his case about Medicare during a briefing in South Carolina in August. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Romney's Baffling Claim About Medicare Pay Cuts For Doctors

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Flight of the Stumble Bee Danny Green
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Soggy Shoes Danny Green
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Future Nails The Water
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Chi Nine The Mattson 2 feat. Ray Barbee
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Please Mr Postman The Marvelettes
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Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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Fixing NYC's Underground Power Grid Is No Easy Task

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Eagle Rock Marco Benevento
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Alabama's Constitution still includes language referring to poll taxes and segregated schools. Voters are poised to decide on an amendment to excise the outdated lines, but some African-American leaders in the state are opposing the change. Dave Martin/AP hide caption

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Ala. Racist Language Measure Draws Unexpected Foes

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Boyd Applegate has been a poll worker for nearly every election over the past 20 years, taking Election Day off from his work as a truck driver. "I'm there as a representative of what's right in America, and I enjoy it," he tells his sister, Rhonda Dixon. StoryCorps hide caption

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Full-Time Truck Driver, Dedicated Poll Worker

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Hoppípolla Sigur Rós
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While this pizzeria in Belmar, N.J., remained closed after Hurricane Sandy, Geno D's in Toms River turned out 500 pies to grateful customers on Wednesday. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images hide caption

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After Sandy, It's Pizza And Homemade Meatballs For The Lucky In New Jersey

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My Mind Is Ramblin' The Black Keys
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A Libyan military guard stands in front of one of the U.S. Consulate's burned out buildings on Sept. 14. The U.S. is offering new details of the attack on the consulate that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. Mohammad Hannon/AP hide caption

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U.S. Offers New Details Of Deadly Libya Attack

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Koshi, an elephant, makes sounds that imitate Korean words. Stoeger, et. al./Current Biology hide caption

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Move Over, Parrot: Elephant Mimics Trainer At Zoo

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Desperation Breeds Andrew Bird
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See the Enemy Andrew Bird

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