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Is A Recess Appointment Valid If The Senate Says It’s Not Really Gone?

In a tug of war between President Obama and Congress, a federal appeals court panel in Washington, D.C., will hear […]

When The Art Of The Deal Includes Improv Training

Some top-tier business schools are offering more than just finance and marketing these days: Duke, UCLA, MIT and Stanford are […]

Crime On The Farm: Hay Thefts Soar As Drought Deepens

Your crime fodder … sorry, make that blotter … news of the day. From St. Louis: “As if it’s not […]

Home Video Review: ‘Lawrence Of Arabia’ On Blu-Ray

Time now for some home-viewing advice from our movie critic, Bob Mondello. This week, a 50th-anniversary Blu-ray release of the […]

An Aging ‘Quartet,’ Still Polishing Their Legends

“Wrinklies,” a widely accepted British term for elderly people, is by a generous margin more affectionate fun than the anodyne […]

Kabul’s Roads, Paved With Good Intentions

Sometimes, you don’t have to go far to find a story. For the past few months, just stepping outside NPR’s […]

AAA Calls To Suspend Sale Of New Ethanol Fuel

AAA has warned against potential damage that a new blend of gasoline could do to some engines. And the warning […]

The Perilous Politics Of The Health Insurance Tax Break

There’s not much in health care that economists agree on. But one of the few things that bring them together […]

Social Security’s COLA At Stake In ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Talks?

The Republican plan to avert the “fiscal cliff” that the White House rejected Monday includes at least one element that’s […]

For Tea Party Activists In Florida, The Health Care Battle Goes On

President Obama’s re-election sent a message to state capitols: The war over the president’s health care overhaul is finished. Even […]

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