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Huntsman: How He Differs With Romney Over China

All Things Considered host Robert Siegel interviewed Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman in New Hampshire. Huntsman points out how he differs with the other GOP candidates. The full interview will air on ATC Monday.
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Romney's Unscathed After Back-To-Back N.H. Debates

The New Hampshire primary is Tuesday, and it is the second contest of the race for the Republican presidential nomination. Polls show Mitt Romney is still out front but his lead is shrinking. Ron Paul is in second place.
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How Do GOP Candidates Plan To Fix The Economy?

In New Hampshire — and across the country — the economy and job-creation are ranked by voters as the most important issues. Front-runner Mitt Romney wants to shrink government. All the GOP candidates want to balance the budget and cut business and personal taxes.
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The State Of Play In The GOP Presidential Field

The six remaining Republican presidential candidates held two debates over the past 24 hours — one Saturday night, another Sunday morning. Guy Raz talks to NPR National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson about what transpired in those debate.
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New Hampshire Prepares For Media, Visitors

Washingtonians are flooding into New Hampshire this week for the Republican Primary on Tuesday, but some New Hampshire locals want visitors to see their state as more than just a point on the campaign trail.
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Days Before Primary, N.H. Restaurant Bans Presidential Candidates

"No politicians, no exceptions" reads a sign in front of Colby's Breakfast & Lunch in Portsmouth, N.H. The move, an employee says, is in response to complaints from customers.
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U.S. Reconsiders Egypt Aid After NGOs Raided

There are calls on Capitol Hill to scale back U.S. military aid to Egypt. Congress is furious over Egyptian raids on American democracy promotion groups, and some lawmakers accuse the Obama administration of being too timid in its response. As NPR's Michele Kelemen reports, several U.S.-funded, non-governmental groups have had their offices in Cairo shuttered for more than a week.
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Political Tourists Make N.H. Their Vacation Spot

With so much campaigning compressed into one small state, New Hampshire is nirvana this week for fans of primary politics. NPR's Greg Allen ran into three self-professed "political junkies" from Baltimore who make a pilgrimage to the Granite State every four years to see the candidates up close and immerse themselves in the nominating process.

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