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The Supreme Court invokes "God" before every public session. Now the justices will weigh whether it is different, as a legal matter, for government meetings to include more explicitly sectarian prayers. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Case Puts Public Prayer Back In The Spotlight

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A composite image shows part of the NPR/Center for Responsive Politics reporting team's whiteboard at NPR headquarters that was used to map out how Wellspring connects to other social welfare groups. (Click the enlarge button to see a full-size image.) John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Secret Persuasion: How Big Campaign Donors Stay Anonymous

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford told members of the media to get off his property as he left his home in Toronto on Oct. 31. Nathan Denette/AP hide caption

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Toronto Mayor: 'Yes, I Have Smoked Crack Cocaine'

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Seattle coffee giant Starbucks says the company will hire at least 10,000 veterans or their spouses over the next five years. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Starbucks Is Latest Company Aiming To Help Vets Land Jobs

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Charlie Trotter at his restaurant in Chicago in 2012. Sitthixay Ditthavong/AP Photo hide caption

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Remembering Chef Charlie Trotter, Chicago Fine-Dining Visionary

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"In our world of global entertainment ... passports don't matter and ... taste trumps nationalism," says Frank Deford. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Root, Root, Root For The Home Team?

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