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The Meaning Of 'Regret': Journalist Bob Woodward, White House Disagree

The veteran Washington Post reporter says a White House aide threatened him over a story about President Obama's role in sequestration.
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Experts Boil Telecommuting Decisions Down To Flexibility Vs. Serendipity

Yahoo touched off a debate about the effectiveness of telecommuting when it told employees last week that they may no longer work from home. The policy change was made, according to the company's internal email, to enhance workplace collaboration.
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Budweiser May Seem Watery, But It Tests At Full Strength, Lab Says

Class-action lawsuits accuse Anheuser-Busch of watering down Budweiser and other beers and then misleading consumers about their alcohol content. The company denies the claims; in tests commissioned by NPR, samples of Budweiser were found to be in line with their advertised alcohol content.
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A Photographer Remembers Wounded Knee, 40 Years Later

A photographer looks back on some of his first work, documenting the 1973 standoff on South Dakota's Pine Ridge Reservation.
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5...4...3...2...1... We Have Sequestration

The predetermined nature of the coming budget crisis known as sequestration is part of a long tradition of using countdowns as a way to manage chaos.
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Economists See Budget Cuts Putting The Recovery At Risk

Nearly all economists in a recent poll believe growth is "likely to be negatively affected" by the automatic federal spending cuts set to go into effect starting Friday. The $85 billion in cuts could have wide-ranging impacts, from military spending to consumer confidence.
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Fashion For Pregnancy Bumps

Fashion for pregnant women has taken a big step forward recently. Now that celebrity fashionistas Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian are expecting, some designers are offering more runway-ready maternity wear. Host Michel Martin talks about the trend with Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion writer Robin Givhan.
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Is There Really A 'Line' For Immigration?

When it comes to immigration reform, politicians on both sides of the aisle talk about sending undocumented immigrants to the 'back of the line.' But for many people seeking legal entry, it's not as simple as getting in line. Host Michel Martin talks with Matt Cameron, immigration lawyer and creator of thereisnoline.com.
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Do We Still Need A Women's Movement?

100 years ago, thousands of women marched on Washington D.C. to demand the right to vote. Host Michel Martin asks the Beauty Shop ladies about that moment in history, and where the women's rights movement stands today.

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