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1:00 pm
Sat April 14, 2012

Arrest, Charges Push Trayvon Martin Forward

NPR's Joel Rose has a round-up of the week's news in the Trayvon Martin shooting case. Neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman is in jail and the legal case is moving forward.

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1:00 pm
Sat April 14, 2012

The Week In News: A Rough Cycle For N. Korea, China

Originally published on Sat April 14, 2012 4:49 pm

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PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: It's simple. If you make more than $1 million every year, you should pay at least the same percentage of your income in taxes as middle-class families do.

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RAZ: President Obama from his weekly Saturday video address talking taxes and his proposal for a millionaire's tax, the so-called Buffett Rule. James Fallows of The Atlantic is with me now for more on this story and others we're following. Hello, Jim.

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1:00 pm
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Storms Threaten Great Plains With Hail, Tornadoes

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Our cover story today: the GOP's gender gap. We'll get to that in a few moments, but first to the severe weather in much of the Great Plains. The National Weather Service is warning that today's outbreak of tornadoes could be a, quote, "high-end, life-threatening event." Several confirmed tornadoes have already touched down across Kansas and Oklahoma, and more are expected in Nebraska and Iowa.

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9:15 am
Sat April 14, 2012

A Political Tempest In A Tweetpot

Originally published on Sat April 14, 2012 9:25 am

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6:00 am
Sat April 14, 2012

Sanford, Fla., Sighs In Relief And Looks Forward

Originally published on Sat April 14, 2012 9:25 am

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Europe
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Sat April 14, 2012

Greek Orthodox Easter In A Time Of Austerity

Originally published on Sat April 14, 2012 9:25 am

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Greek Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter at midnight tonight. It's traditionally the biggest holiday in Greece. But there is a cloud over the celebration. Reporter Joanna Kakissis sends us this postcard from Athens and the inner-city cathedral of Saint Lucas.

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6:00 am
Sat April 14, 2012

Philly Residents Compete To Tear Down Illegal Signs

Originally published on Sat April 14, 2012 9:25 am

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Spring cleaning usually means clearing out your closet. But, it's more than that in Philadelphia. Spring-Cleanup is a city-wide effort with residents headed out today to tidy up sidewalks, streets and even utility poles. Many of them are covered with so-called bandit signs, advertising cash for junk cars and the like. From member station WHYY in Philadelphia, Elizabeth Fiedler reports on a competition to tear down as many of these illegal signs as possible.

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6:00 am
Sat April 14, 2012

Secret Service Agents Recalled From Summit

Originally published on Sat April 14, 2012 9:25 am

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As the Summit of the Americas gets under way today, there is one embarrassing incident which threatens to distract from international efforts to focus on trade and the economy. Twelve U.S. Secret Service agents have already been sent home for alleged misconduct involving prostitutes in Cartagena. The agents have been replaced and the Secret Service says its security plans at the summit has not been compromised.

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6:00 am
Sat April 14, 2012

Ahead Of Summit, Obama Underscores Growing Exports

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President Obama is in Colombia today, along with 33 leaders, gathered for the Summit of the Americas. During his visit, the president hopes to highlight growing economic ties within the region. On his way to Colombia, Mr. Obama made a swing-state pit-stop in Tampa, Florida.

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World Powers Meet With Iran For Nuclear Talks

Originally published on Sun April 15, 2012 6:43 am

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