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White House Easter Roll Eggs Hatched In Maine

When thousands of children partake in the annual festivities, they'll be rolling wooden eggs courtesy of Wells Wood Turning & Finishing. The business, tucked away in a small town in Maine, gets to work on the project in February and produces about 100,000 painted eggs.
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The Slipper Didn't Fit: Elite Eight March On Without Cinderella

Florida Gulf Coast's run as NCAA darlings has ended, but it was an outcome the stats predicted. Michigan also rallied Friday, joining the likes of Duke and Louisville. The remaining eight teams will be vying this weekend to make the Final Four.
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Thousands Trek To New Mexico Chapel On Good Friday

Every year thousands of people make a pilgrimage down the state highway toward the Catholic shrine in Chimayo, N.M. They gather there to pray for forgiveness and healing.
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NPR To End Production Of 'Talk Of The Nation'

On Friday, NPR news executives announced that the network's mid-day talk show, Talk of the Nation (TOTN), would cease production this summer. Replacing TOTN will be Here and Now, WBUR's daily show which will now be co-produced with NPR.
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Americans On Disability Play An Increasingly Important Role In The Economy

Audie Cornish talks with Chana Joffe-Walt of the Planet Money team about her series on federal disability benefits.
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All Eyes On Florida's Gulf Coast University At NCAA Tournament

The NCAA men's basketball tournament is back in action on Friday. The Cinderella squad, Florida Gulf Coast University, hits the court against its long dominant in-state rival: the University of Florida.
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Nationals, Braves, Dodgers Could Be Baseball's Teams To Watch This Season

Baseball fans and teams begin the 2013 season this weekend eager and full of hope. Robert Siegel gets the details from sportswriter Stefan Fatsis.
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Self-Taught Architect Behind Brooklyn's 'Broken Angel' Faces Eviction

Over the past three decades, artist and sculptor Arthur Wood has turned his four-story home into a towering cathedral built out of salvaged junk. But after a fire in 2006, the New York City Department of Buildings determined that the Clinton Hill landmark was no longer a safe place to live.
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Personality Of Each Coach Reflected In NCAA Men's Basketball Teams

To achieve a deep run in the NCAA men's college basketball tournament, players have to be skilled and well-trained but also well-motivated.

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