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Mon December 12, 2011
Analysis

Politics In the News

Originally published on Thu December 29, 2011 9:02 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

And let's hear one more number. In a CBS/New York Times poll released on Friday, more than half the respondents, 54 percent, said that President Obama does not deserve to be re-elected.

The president appeared on CBS last night, telling "60 Minutes" why he thought he would win the job again, despite that number. And we're going to talk about that and more with NPR's Cokie Roberts, who joins us most Mondays.

Cokie, good morning.

COKIE ROBERTS, BYLINE: Hi, Steve.

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2:00am

Mon December 12, 2011
Environment

Delegates To Durban Agree To Climate Treaty

Originally published on Mon December 12, 2011 6:59 am

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Let's report, next, on a surprise agreement on climate change. United Nations climate talks in South Africa were not expected to produce much, but negotiators for many nations did make a deal, one that could lead to a major new climate treaty at the end of the decade. NPR's Richard Harris is in Durban, South Africa covering the story. Hi, Richard.

RICHARD HARRIS, BYLINE: Hi, Steve.

INSKEEP: So what is the agreement?

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2:00am

Mon December 12, 2011
Around the Nation

Florida's Infamous Voting Machines Sold By Collector

On the tenth anniversary of the Supreme Court Bush v. Gore decision, Steve Inskeep reports that collectors have bought up those punch-card voting machines that caused the hanging chad confusion of the 2000 election. Jim Dobyns bought 4,500 machines in Palm Beach County and has sold nearly all of them.

2:00am

Mon December 12, 2011
Business

Occupy Protesters To Try To Shut Down Ports

Originally published on Mon December 12, 2011 6:59 am

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NPR's business news starts with Occupy Wall Street and West Coast ports.

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INSKEEP: Occupy protesters in cities up and down the West Coast are attempting to paralyze some of the nation's busiest ports today. Organizers say they expect thousands of demonstrators to turn out for what they're calling Wall Street on the Waterfront.

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2:00am

Mon December 12, 2011
Europe

Russia Protest Update

Originally published on Mon December 12, 2011 6:59 am

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