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New Military Ethics Chief Will Face A Full Plate
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is expected to appoint a senior officer to oversee military ethics, in response to recent high-profile ethics problems. Whoever takes the job will face a stiff challenge.
Texan's Final Campaign May Act As National Barometer
Republican Ralph Hal of Texas, the longest-serving member of the House, has escaped anti-incumbent moods in the past, but if there's such a wave building in 2014, his district may be an indication.
New Law Stubs Toe On A Tough Unknown: Who Owns The Guns?
Tens of thousands may have failed to comply with a Connecticut law that requires gun owners to register their weapons. As WNPR's Jeff Cohen reports, the state faces a few problems enforcing the law.
Four Years Later And One Round Earlier, The Game Ends The Same
In a rematch of the finals at the Vancouver Winter Olympics, the U.S. and Canadian men's ice hockey teams met in the semifinals at Sochi. And the result was the same: Canada won.
Stronghold Of Ukrainian Nationalism Declares Autonomy
The city administration in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv has declared autonomy from the government of President Viktor Yanukovych. David Greene talks to Lviv resident Volodymyr Valkov.
World's Best Slalom Skier Prepares For Olympic Event
Eighteen-year-old American Mikaela Shiffrin is the favorite in Friday's women's slalom at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Three other Americans are also in the field of 88.
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