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2:00am

Mon November 14, 2011
Photography

Bangladeshi Photographer Wants To Change How You See His Country

Steve Inskeep talks to Shahidul Alam. The former chemist became a photographer because he was tired of seeing images of the developing world through the lens of Western photographers. He now runs an art gallery, a photo agency and a school of photojournalism in Bangladesh. He recently published a book of stunning photographs called, "My Life as a Witness."

2:00am

Mon November 14, 2011
Analysis

Obama Sends Signals To Debt Committee To Act

Originally published on Mon November 14, 2011 4:57 am

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

And as Ari said just a moment ago, President Obama will be back in Washington just before that supercommittee's deadline. Before the president left for Hawaii, he picked up the phone and made calls to both the Democratic and Republican chairs of the group.

To talk about that and more, let's turn now to NPR's Cokie Roberts. Good morning.

COKIE ROBERTS, BYLINE: Hi, Renee.

MONTAGNE: Let's start with what those phone calls were about.

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2:00am

Mon November 14, 2011
Europe

Germany Reacts To Italian Government Changes

With technocratic governments being formed in Italy and Greece, the euro may get a short-term bounce from the markets. But there is concern the changes afoot may not happen fast enough to end the eurozone debt mess.

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Mon November 14, 2011
Business

Business News

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11:00pm

Sun November 13, 2011
Monkey See

Networks Add New Twists To Old Formulas, But Few Are Succeeding

Russell Hornsby as Hank Griffin and David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt on NBC's Grimm.
Scott Green NBC

Here's the problem with watching TV after 50 years of innovation in technology and storytelling: Sometimes, it takes an awful lot to get your attention.

How else to explain NBC's Grimm, which is a typical crime-of-the-week drama with a special twist: The hero cop can see fairy-tale villains disguised as ordinary people. Our hero, Det. Nick Burkhardt, learns about his new talent from his dying aunt, who tells him of "reapers," an organization that's dedicated to killing "Grimms" like him.

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