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Russian Troops, Supplies Pour Over Border Into Eastern Ukraine
This week, NATO confirmed reports of Russian troops entering eastern Ukraine. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to The New York Times' Andrew Kramer for an update on the fighting.
Back In Washington, Louisiana's Senate Campaigns Continue
Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu and Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy, candidates in the state's runoff election for Senate, are each pushing a bill to allow construction of the Keystone pipeline.
Is The Election Over Yet?
Election Day has come and gone, but in some midterm races there's still no winner just yet.
The Color Of Politics: How Did Red And Blue States Come To Be?
The United States split into red states and blue as we know them just a few presidential elections ago. Some dislike the broad brush.
T-Pain Rises Above The Haters
After initial success, the 30-year-old singer and songwriter, known for his Auto-Tuned hits, became a target for derision. It took time but now he's made it clear: "I'm not fake."
Israelis And Palestinians Ask: Is Another Uprising On The Way?
So far, it's just scattered unrest. But with peace talks in the deep freeze and the recent scuffling over Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site, there's talk about the prospects of another intifada.
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