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Special Coverage: President Obama Talks Government Shutdown

In a press conference, President Barack Obama is expected to talk about the partial government shutdown and the upcoming debt ceiling deadline.

Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson will host this news special. Joining them will be NPR correspondent Mara Liasson, Whitehouse correspondent Scott Horsley and Congressional reporter Tamara Keith.


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