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Fri December 2, 2011
World

Investigation Finds New Information In Airstrikes Probe

Originally published on Fri December 2, 2011 9:30 am

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Fri December 2, 2011
Health

Businesses Pledge 'Healthier Choices' For Customers

Corporate America is jumping on the opportunities to make people healthier, while keep their bottoms line strong. Leaders of Supermarkets, hotel chains and restaurant groups gathered in Washington this week for a summit aimed at shaping private sector solutions to the obesity epidemic.

2:00am

Fri December 2, 2011
Europe

Traveling Russia's Historic Trans-Siberian Railway

Originally published on Fri December 2, 2011 8:37 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Our colleague David Greene has done so much distinguished work for NPR that we've decided to send him to Siberia - really. David is wrapping up two years in Russia with a trip on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, which crosses that gigantic country. He's head east from the capital, Moscow. We reached him about 150 miles into the journey in the city of Yaroslavl. Hi, David.

DAVID GREENE, BYLINE: Hey there, Steve.

INSKEEP: Why wrap up your time in Russia with this train ride?

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Fri December 2, 2011
Business

Analysts Expect Jobless Rate To Remain Unchanged

The unemployment rate began the year at 9 percent and may end essentially unchanged. While some sectors add jobs, others lose them. Private employers are modestly adding to their payrolls, but government is cutting back. All that makes for a job market that's stuck in a rut.

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Fri December 2, 2011
Movies

'Shame:' Difficult To Watch, Hard To Turn Away From

A new film called Shame arrives in theaters with several honors, including the best actor award from the Venice Film Festival. It also arrives with a rare NC-17 rating. Michael Fassbender plays Brandon, a New Yorker who's addicted to sex.

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