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Senate Torture Report Takes A Step Closer To Becoming Public

The Senate Intelligence Committee has voted to release a report on the CIA's interrogation policies in the years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks. The next step requires the agency to determine how much of the report can be declassified. The report has become the centerpiece of a fight between the Senate and the CIA.
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Stay Or Go: How Israeli-Palestinian Peace Would Redefine Home

More than 1 million Arabs are Israeli citizens. About 350,000 Jewish Israelis live in the West Bank. What happens to them if a formal border is ever set between Israel and the Palestinians?
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'One Nation Underemployed' Shows Blacks Still In Crisis

The National Urban League's new "State of Black America" report finds that African-Americans are still struggling to find jobs, but there's plenty they can do to recover from the recession.
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Arabs In Israel Contemplate Borders Of Palestinian State

Mideast peace talks pushed by the U.S. could include a borderline that leaves some Arabs, who are in Israel as part of a minority of non-Jewish Israeli citizens, into a new Palestinian state.
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High Court Strikes Down Overall Limits On Political Contributions

The Supreme Court on Wednesday took out a major pillar of campaign finance limits. The justices ruled a donor may give the maximum amount to as many federal candidates or committees as they wish.
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President Obama On Shooting: 'We're Heartbroken'

Journalist Kate McGee, of member station KUT in Austin, joins the program from Texas, delivering an update on the Fort Hood shooting and the responses — both from President Obama and Army officials.
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Officials Identify Fort Hood Shooter: Ivan Lopez

NPR's Tom Bowman reports that the shooter at Fort Hood has been identified as Ivan Lopez, a truck driver for the U.S. Army.
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Details Still Murky At Fort Hood — But Grim Memories Are Fresh

At Fort Hood, the largest active-duty armored post in the U.S., Wednesday's shooting revives troubling memories of a similar incident five years ago. Tom Bowman reports the latest.
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Fort Hood Officials Report Mass Shooting On Base

Fort Hood went into lockdown as a single shooter attacked soldiers at the Texas Army base. Melissa Block speaks with NPR's Tom Bowman about the incident.
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An Update At Fort Hood

Early reports confirmed that one person is dead and 14 people are injured in the shooting at Fort Hood. The Army base was recently the scene of another shooting rampage in 2009. Tom Bowman explains.

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