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Chief Justice John G. Roberts (left) and Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Whose Term Was It? A Look Back At The Supreme Court

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National Security

NSA's Reach Leads To Calls For Updated Eavesdropping Laws

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NSA's Reach Leads To Calls For Updated Eavesdropping Laws

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Skyscrapers in the City of London, the heart of the financial district, are reshaping the skyline. Dan Bobkoff/NPR hide caption

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Are Things Too Cozy In London's 'City' Within A City?

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The island that serves as home to the Statue of Liberty — shown here in 1952 — was called Bedloe's Island until 1956, when its name was changed to Liberty Island. It recently reopened after suffering damage from Superstorm Sandy. John Rooney/AP hide caption

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StoryCorps

Two Brothers Remember Lives Spent With Liberty

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Two Brothers Remember Lives Spent With Liberty

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Education Reform Movement Learns Lesson From Old Standards

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Duncan's summer is filled with awkward — and often adult-initiated — situations involving the girl next door (Annasophia Robb). Claire Folger/Fox Searchlight hide caption

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Oscar Winners Rash And Faxon Team Up For 'The Way, Way Back'

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Middle East

Shootings Reported At Demonstrations In Egypt

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Shootings Reported At Demonstrations In Egypt

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