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Presidential Race Takes Libertarian Tilt In Nev.

The Libertarian Party held its convention in Las Vegas over the weekend, choosing a presidential and vice-presidential nominee. NPR's David Welna reports that it came as no surprise that the Libertarian Party put Gary Johnson at the top of its ticket.
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Sacrilegious Lunch? The Cuban Sandwich Debate

The city council of Tampa, Fla., recently designated the "Historic Tampa Cuban Sandwich" and specifying its ingredients. From member station WUSF in Tampa, Bobbie O'Brien reports that claim has inspired ridicule from Miami's Cuban community.
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With Steroids In Sports, It's A Case Of Who Did What

Host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mike Pesca about the intersection of sports and life. This week, they focus on steroids.
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'No Capers In The Kitchen:' Oyster Joint Turns 100

One hundred years ago this past week, Frank and Rose Snock opened their fish restaurant in Philadelphia. A century later, Snockey's Oyster and Crab House is still serving up deep-fried fish fillets, deviled clams and, of course, oysters.
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Black Christians Struggle Over N.C. Gay Marriage Ban

African-American voters could be crucial in Tuesday's vote over North Carolina's proposed constitutional amendment, which would ban same-sex marriage and civil unions. Even within families, there's a conflict over what's the "Christian thing to do" for Tuesday's vote.
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Friends And Foes Of Gay Marriage Woo Voters In N.C.

The state votes Tuesday whether to add an amendment to the state's Constitution that would ban same-sex marriage and civil unions, as well as domestic partnerships. One pollster says a majority of voters support the amendment — but many don't understand its scope.

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