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    NYPD program offers last chance justice by monitoring teens

    NYC's Juvenile Robbery Intervention Program's aim is to mentor and monitor teens.

    NYPD program offers last chance justice by monitoring teens

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    Web only: The author of 'A Deadly Mix in Benghazi'

    The author of "A Deadly Mix in Benghazi," David A. Kirkpatrick, on his NYT investigation.

    Web only: The author of 'A Deadly Mix in Benghazi'

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    Contrasting rulings could take the NSA to the Supreme Court

    Contrasting rulings by two federal court judges could take the NSA to the Supreme Court.

    Contrasting rulings could take the NSA to the Supreme Court

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    Is the postal service going the way of the pony express?

    Rising costs and diminishing usage may endanger future of mail delivery in this country.

    Is the postal service going the way of the pony express?

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    News Wrap: HealthCare.gov official says glitches end by Nov.

    News Wrap: HealthCare.gov official says glitches to be cleared up by late Nov.

    News Wrap: HealthCare.gov official says glitches end by Nov.

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    Shields, Brooks on glitchy website, spying on friends

    Shields and Brooks on health care launch finger-pointing, spying on friends

    Shields, Brooks on glitchy website, spying on friends

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    Armen Keteyian, author of "The System"

    Armen Keteyian talks to Jeffrey brown about corruption in collegiate football.

    Armen Keteyian, author of "The System"

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    Billy Collins reads "A Dog on His Master"

    Billy Collins reads "A Dog on His Master" from his new collection, " Aimless Love."

    Billy Collins reads "A Dog on His Master"

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    Fallout from NSA leaks threaten trust at home and abroad

    Fallout from NSA leaks threaten trust at home, damage relationships abroad

    Fallout from NSA leaks threaten trust at home and abroad

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    Billy Collins reads 'Cheerios'

    Billy Collins reads a poem titled "Cheerios" from his new collection "Aimless Love."

    Billy Collins reads 'Cheerios'

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    Survivors of Sandy ditch N.Y. to prepare for doomsday

    N.Y. survivors of Sandy ditch the city to 'bug out' in preparation for doomsday

    Survivors of Sandy ditch N.Y. to prepare for doomsday

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Billy Collins on humour poetry and pretending to be serious

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    Billy Collins on humour poetry and pretending to be serious

    Billy Collins talks about his collection, "Aimless Love" and the humor in his poetry.

    Billy Collins on humour poetry and pretending to be serious

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    Freed from Guantánamo, but stuck in limbo

    Freed from Guantánamo, but stuck in limbo, Chinese Uighers on Palau in the South Pacific.

    Freed from Guantánamo, but stuck in limbo

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    Will Congress allow a government default?

    The debt ceiling deadline is growing closer and there is still no sign of a deal.

    Will Congress allow a government default?

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    Can CT scans for smokers save lives?

    MD says many fatal lung cancer cases could be saved with early low-dose CT screening.

    Can CT scans for smokers save lives?

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    Prevention on demand

    Under the ACA, some preventive services are covered with no copay by private insurers.

    Prevention on demand

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    During shutdown, more critical debt ceiling deadline looms

    As battle over shutdown continues, more critical debt ceiling deadline looms

    During shutdown, more critical debt ceiling deadline looms

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