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Books
2:00 am
Tue April 17, 2012

Not Since 1977, No Pulitzer For Fiction Category

The Pulitzer Prizes were awarded Monday, but not for fiction. The field had been narrowed to three finalists. Lynn Neary talks with Pulitzer fiction juror Susan Larson about why no prize was awarded in that category.

Business
2:00 am
Tue April 17, 2012

Business News

Apple share prices dropped more than 4 percent on the NASDAQ Monday — continuing a five-day decline for the maker of iPads and iPhones. In that span, the company's market value has dropped by almost $60 billion. Analysts say this may just be a price correction but warn that it could drag the markets down with it.

Politics
2:00 am
Tue April 17, 2012

Congressional Panels Probe Lavish GSA Spending

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Around the Nation
5:08 am
Mon April 16, 2012

Phish Organizes 'More Cowbell' Weekend In Vermont

In Burlington, Vt., hundreds of people showed up to try to break the record for world's largest cowbell ensemble. The jam band Phish organized the event to raise money for flood relief in Vermont.

Around the Nation
4:53 am
Mon April 16, 2012

NRA Gets In On The Zombie Craze

The National Rifle Association's annual convention featured a display of shooting targets featuring zombies. Firing ranges across the country are offering zombie-themed shooting events. Sales of zombie targets are booming.

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