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Election 2012
2:29 am
Thu September 20, 2012

Voter Purges Under Review Ahead Of Election Day

Originally published on Thu September 20, 2012 4:14 am

Noncitizens aren't allowed to vote in federal and state elections, but efforts to remove them from the nation's voter registration rolls have produced more angst than results.

Opponents say the scope of the problem has been overblown; those behind the efforts say they've just begun to look at the problem.

'Early Stages'

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Science
2:28 am
Thu September 20, 2012

Why Pictures Can Sway Your Moral Judgment

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Originally published on Thu September 20, 2012 8:41 am

When we think about morality, many of us think about religion or what our parents taught us when we were young. Those influences are powerful, but many scientists now think of the brain as a more basic source for our moral instincts.

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Movie Interviews
2:27 am
Thu September 20, 2012

Watch This: Filmmaker Kevin Smith's Varied Tastes

Kevin Smith has served as a writer, actor and director for films such as Clerks.
Mike Coppola Getty Images

Originally published on Thu September 20, 2012 2:33 pm

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Presidential Race
7:09 pm
Wed September 19, 2012

In Univision Forum, Romney Reaches Out To Latinos

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ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:

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Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is reaching out to Latino voters tonight. He took part in a forum on the Spanish-language television network Univision. He's also hosting a rally for Latino supporters in Miami. NPR's Scott Horsley joins us now from Miami.

And, Scott, describe the tone of the questions tonight.

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U.S.
5:28 pm
Wed September 19, 2012

Held Dear In U.S., Free Speech Perplexing Abroad

Arab-Israeli men protest a video mocking the Prophet Muhammad, in front of the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Thursday.
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Originally published on Wed September 19, 2012 7:09 pm

The French government announced Wednesday that it will prohibit demonstrations planned for Saturday to protest the anti-Muslim video that has sparked violence in Muslim countries around the world.

The decision came after a French satirical magazine published cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad.

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