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Sen. Tim Kaine Looks For Egypt's Steps Toward Democracy
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia is on a Middle East tour. From Cairo, Kaine talks to Steve Inskeep about U.S. aid to Egypt and what he's observing as the country sets out on a path to democracy.
First Listen: St. Vincent's Latest Album
Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton, co-hosts of NPR Music's All Songs Considered, join us to discuss a new album from one of music's creative songwriters. St. Vincent's eponymous album comes out next week.
Wal-Mart Profit Shrinks After Weak Holiday Sales
Wal-Mart on Thursday reported full-year net income tumbled to $16 billion, down by nearly $1 billion from the previous year. The holiday season was especially disappointing.
Girl Scouts Frown On Outsourcing Cookie Sales
Sometimes the job of selling cookies is outsourced to parents, and a recent opinion article in The Washington Post criticized that practice. It says parents should sell with their kids not for them.
Obama To Enlist Democratic Governors' Support
Thursday at fundraising dinner, President Obama told Democratic governors that their Republican counterparts are making it harder for people to get health insurance or exercise their right to vote.
Are More Eccentric Artists Perceived As Better Artists?
A study finds part of the reason people love Lady Gaga and Vincent Van Gogh is that these are very eccentric artists, and people have strong, unconscious stereotypes that eccentric artists are better.
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