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Egyptian Islamists Favored In Second Phase Of Voting

A steady stream of voters showed up Wednesday at polling centers in the port city of Suez and in eight […]

Mysterious Events Leave Tehran Feeling Under Siege

It’s never easy trying to figure out just what is going on in Iran. But it has been especially difficult […]

A Leadership Meltdown Strickens U.S. Nuclear Agency

The government organization charged with keeping nuclear power safe is having a meltdown. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission consists of five […]

Just How Many Jobs Would The Keystone Pipeline Create?

One of the major sticking points between the House and the Senate as they face off over end-of-year legislation is […]

5 Things You May Not Know About Rick Perry

The eyes of Texas have been upon James Richard “Rick” Perry ever since he boot-scootin’ boogied onto the public-service stage. […]

New in Paperback: December 12 – 18

Fiction and nonfiction releases from Eric Van Lustbader, Gideon Rose, Sergio Luzzatto and the Dalai Lama. [Copyright 2011 National Public […]

Michigan Town Grapples With Shrinking Public Sector

Tammi Warren has lived on the same winding street in the Detroit suburb of Inkster, Mich., all her life. But […]

Medicaid Takes Growing Slice Of States’ Spending

Medicaid sure is popular. And that’s a big problem for state budgets. These days the health program for the poor […]

Dominique Dawes, From Olympian To Health Advocate

In her budding teenage years, Dominique Dawes already had captured the Olympic spotlight. She’s the first African-American female to win […]

Gov. Romney’s Fee On Sightless: A Moment Of Political Blindness?

From the How-did-I-not-know-that? department came a fact I learned from listening to Chris Arnold’s report on NPR’s Morning Edition Wednesday. […]

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