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Public Apology: The 'Mea Culpa' Matching Game

When a public figure such as Rush Limbaugh makes a mistake, the public wants an apology. Of course, there's more than one way to finesse that message. Play NPR's Matching Game to see how some famous folks issued a mea culpa after they stumbled.
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Super Tuesday Behind Him, Romney Looks To November

Mitt Romney narrowly won the battleground state of Ohio, and five others. But he didn't shut out his GOP opponents. To discuss political news, host Michel Martin speaks with Republican strategist Ron Christie, and Corey Ealons, a former communications advisor to President Obama.
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National Journal: Virginia Primary Analysis, Looking Ahead To D.C., Maryland

Virginia's voter turnout was low for the Republican primary, but D.C.'s and Maryland's April 3 contests could end up being more meaningful than observers originally thought.

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Next Question: Can Romney Win In The South?

Mitt Romney's losses on Tuesday in Georgia, Tennessee and Oklahoma (despite wins in Ohio and elsewhere) compound a problem he has had all year — an inability to appeal to Southern voters. With Alabama and Mississippi holding the next primaries, the region could cause him further aggravation.
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Tame Primary Campaigns In Virginia Could Benefit GOP

Virginia was largely spared the vitriol among GOP presidential candidates leading up to the Super Tuesday primary, and that could end up benfitting the eventual Republican candidate in November. 

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Santorum Losses In Ohio But Picks Up 3 Wins

GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum won three Super Tuesday contests: Oklahoma, North Dakota and Tennessee. He just missed in Ohio. Mitt Romney went on to win there.
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Housing Stalls Election-Year Economic Growth

President Obama began Tuesday's news conference talking about the U.S. housing market. He said in many ways the U.S. economy is getting stronger but millions of Americans can't find jobs, and millions more are having trouble paying the rent or mortgage.

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