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Left Homeless, Storm Victims Turn To Internet To Find Shelter

Tens of thousands of people in the New York City area lost their homes to Superstorm Sandy. Many may be in need of temporary housing, so the home-sharing website Airbnb is working to connect people made homeless by Sandy with people willing to provide free housing.
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Veterans Struggle To Find Jobs, Peace Of Mind

As part of our ongoing series Home Front, host Rachel Martin speaks with Spc. Brian Cannava of the National Guard's 182nd Infantry Regiment. He, along with many other veterans, has been having a hard time finding work.
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Congress Barrels Toward Fiscal Cliff

The dust hadn't settled on Tuesday's election when people started talking about the fiscal cliff, the expiration of tax cuts and automatic spending cuts set to hit at the start of the year. The fiscal cliff will dominate the political dialogue through the end of the year, at least.
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Challenges Stacked For Obama's Second Term

Some of the priorities of President Obama's next four years in office are already taking shape, and the challenges are becoming more apparent. Host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mara Liasson about what's on the horizon for Obama's second term.
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Leading In Crisis: Lessons From Lyndon Johnson

Host Rachel Martin talks with historian Robert Caro, who has studied the use of power and how presidents leverage power in crisis. He draws some comparisons between his famous subject, Lyndon B. Johnson, and President Obama's second-term challenges.

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