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12:30pm

Tue February 22, 2011
The Two-Way

U.S. Official Says American Held In Pakistan Was Not Involved In Spying

The story of American Raymond Davis, who's being held in a Pakistani jail as he awaits word on whether he'll be tried for killing two men, has gotten more complicated with the news that he was working for the CIA.

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12:08pm

Tue February 22, 2011
Planet Money

4 Reasons Home Prices Are Likely To Keep Falling

It's been almost five years since the housing bubble peaked, and the bust isn't over yet.

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11:57am

Tue February 22, 2011
From Our Listeners

Letters: Sally Mann, Game Show Winner

NPR's Robert Siegel reads letters from listeners about photographer Sally Mann's series Proud Flesh and game show champion Ken Jennings.

11:20am

Tue February 22, 2011
It's All Politics

Rep. David Wu Says He's Better Now After 2010's Erratic Behavior

Rep. David Wu (D-OR) was re-elected with 55 percent of the vote in November. But would that have happened if voters in his congressional district knew on Election Day what they know now?

What they now know is that Wu's behavior was so erratic before voters went to the polls last November, that his aides tried to do an intervention, even inquiring about the availability of psychiatric hospital beds for the lawmaker.

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11:01am

Tue February 22, 2011
The Two-Way

Gadhafi Blames 'Rats' And Foreign 'Agents'; Says He Will Be A 'Martyr'

Under pressure from mounting protests within his nation and mounting outrage from around the world for his government's deadly crackdown on demonstrators, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has once again defyied calls for him to step down.

On state TV (being rebroadcast and translated on CNN), he just said that "rats" and agents of "foreign intelligence services" are behind the unrest in Libya.

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