People who love to vacation at the Jersey Shore area in New Jersey are already making their plans for this summer. Some are finding their favorite destinations will be open for business as usual, but other shore destinations are still scrambling to recover from Superstorm Sandy.
Audie Cornish talks with Jim Zarroli about the news that Justice Department is planning to sue Standard & Poor's over its ratings of certain mortgage-backed securities back in 2007. S&P said such a suit would be without factual or legal merit.
When President Obama announced new measures to prevent gun violence, one of the groups there to show support was the National Sheriffs' Association. But not all of its members agree with the national group's support for what it calls "common-sense steps."
As Arab-Israeli tensions grew in the fall of 1973, the CIA offered its analysis to President Nixon's administration: War was highly unlikely. The agency kept making that case right up to the time the war began.
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