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The price paid to farmers for a bushel of corn averaged $4.78 in October, up from $3.61 in the same month last year. Danny Johnston/AP hide caption

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Suddenly, Corn Costs More. Why Not Corn Flakes?

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Walmart employee James Buskell expects to graduate with a degree in retail management in 2012. Mito Habe-Evans/NPR hide caption

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Among Benefits For Walmart Workers: A Degree

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The Greek election comes after a wave of mail bombs sent by anarchists that some analysts say was meant to fuel anti-government voting. Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fledgling Government Awaits Greek Voters' Verdict

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Army veteran Hannah Jones says she spiraled into drugs, alcoholism and prostitution after being raped by a superior officer 30 years ago. She was homeless for years before getting help through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Jones says the range of mental and physical care the VA provides today keeps her off the streets. Eli Reichman for NPR hide caption

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Veterans Affairs Scrambles To Serve Female Veterans

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Army veteran Al Madden, 92, plays taps at the Barnstable Senior Center in Hyannis, Mass., in May for Memorial Day. Steve Heaslip/Cape Cod Times hide caption

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Bugler, 92, Still Answers Call For Taps

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The Hilliard Ensemble and Jan Garbarek (center) say they decide nothing before playing a piece. © Paolo Soriani/ECM Records hide caption

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Hilliard Ensemble: Improvising With Jan Garbarek

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