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Displaced Somalis waits in a queue for food rations at an IDP camp in Mogadishu. The United Nations has officially declared famine in Somalia for the first time this century. Mustafa Abdi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Opportunity In Famine's Toll On Somali Insurgency

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Dedicated: A Salute to the 5 Royales is a tribute to the soul group, helmed by guitarist Steve Cropper. Dave Kogut/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Steve Cropper: An Old Pro Honors His Unsung Idols

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In a file photo, workers at General Motors' Lordstown Assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio put the final touches on 2011 Chevrolet Cobalts. The weakening dollar will allow U.S. automakers to export at a financial advantage. Mark Duncan/AP hide caption

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Weak Dollar? That's Good For U.S. Exports

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Shoppers stroll through Sawgrass Mills Mall during the first day of the back-to-school sales tax holiday on Friday in Sunrise, Fla. The Commerce Department said retail sales rose 0.5 percent in July. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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And Now, Some Good News About The Economy

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Women suffering from postpartum depression in the United States have not had an overnight clinic to address their specific needs. The new unit at the University of North Carolina, to open Monday, will offer that specialized treatment. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Postpartum Depression Clinic The First Of Its Kind

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Real Madrid has signed 7-year-old soccer prodigy Leonel Angel Coira from Argentina. Family Photo/AP hide caption

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Is This Kid A Soccer Star? Sign Him Up Just In Case

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Jaime Jruz, son of Russian immigrants and leader of the Jewish community of Villa Dominguez, is one of the last Jewish gauchos found in this area. Jruz is still working on this farm, where he was born and grew up. Silvina Frydlewsky/for NPR hide caption

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Argentina's Jewish Villages Keep Traditions Alive

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