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National Security
5:24 am
Thu April 19, 2012

Secret Service Forces Out 3 Agents

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The Secret Service scandal has now cost three men their jobs. The government says they were involved in misconduct in South America, and they are leaving the agency. Agents, as well as military personnel, allegedly hired prostitutes in advance of President Obama's recent trip to Colombia.

NPR justice correspondent Carrie Johnson has been following this story. She's in our studios. Good morning.

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Space
3:00 am
Tue April 17, 2012

Shuttle Discovery To Be Flown To Washington

Originally published on Tue April 17, 2012 11:35 am

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Analysis
3:00 am
Mon April 16, 2012

Politics In The News

Originally published on Mon April 16, 2012 5:25 am

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NPR Story
3:00 am
Mon April 9, 2012

Leaders' Meeting Boosts India-Pakistan Relations

Originally published on Mon April 9, 2012 9:15 am

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A brief encounter between two leaders has raised hope for better relations between India and Pakistan. India's prime minister hosted Pakistan's president and accepted a return invitation to travel to Pakistan. We talk here of two nuclear-armed rivals whose relations were even worse than usual, after Pakistani militants attacked Mumbai in 2008. And the meeting came as disaster struck Pakistani troops facing Indian soldiers in the Himalayas.

NPR's Julie McCarthy is going to talk us through all this. Hi, Julie.

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Economy
8:12 am
Fri April 6, 2012

Jobless Rate Slips; Fewer New Jobs Than Expected

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Let's talk about the surprisingly weak jobs report that came out from the Labor Department today. The numbers for March show just 120,000 new jobs were added to U.S. payrolls. That's considered a disappointment, even though the unemployment rate did decline slightly, to 8.2 percent.

NPR's John Ydstie is here to talk with us about what all this means. Hi, John.

JOHN YDSTIE, BYLINE: Hi, Steve.

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