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2:00am

Fri November 18, 2011
Around the Nation

Will Football Remain King At Penn State?

Originally published on Fri November 18, 2011 7:45 pm

Interim Penn State football coach Tom Bradley, shown here at a Nov. 12 game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, is now focused on Saturday's game against Ohio State.
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Football has long been beloved at Penn State, and the program is one of the most lucrative in the country. But as the biggest scandal in the school's history continues to roil the campus, some in State College, Pa., are beginning to question football's influence.

At his news conference this week, interim Penn State football coach Tom Bradley tried to focus on Saturday's game in Columbus.

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2:00am

Fri November 18, 2011
Europe

Why Germany Needs The Eurozone To Be A Success

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

The outcome in Italy is, of course, of huge importance to Germany. Germany is the strongest economy in the eurozone and has a deep historical interest in the euro's success. We asked the economist Nicolas Veron to remind us of Germany's role in this grand monetary experiment.

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10:01pm

Thu November 17, 2011
Food

Mrs. Stamberg's Relish Goes To Washington

Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 9:16 am

Thanksgiving At The White House: First families have a lot to be thankful for — including the world-class chefs who make their food. Susan Stamberg shares her mother-in-law's cranberry relish recipe with two veteran presidential chefs. They say it reminds them of the infamous "cheddar cheese ring" from the Carter administration.
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All families have Thanksgiving traditions, and longtime NPR listeners know that Susan Stamberg is always willing to divulge her own. Every year since 1972, Stamberg has shared her mother-in-law's now famous cranberry relish recipe on the radio. Stamberg says the relish — a shocking pink, like Pepto-Bismol — sounds terrible, but tastes terrific.

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4:51pm

Thu November 17, 2011
Politics

Hickenlooper Presents 2012 Budget Proposal

Kirk Siegler

Lawmakers peppered Governor John Hickenlooper with economic development questions on Thursday when he presented his budget for next year. The legislature’s bi-partisan joint budget committee is charged with crafting a budget. Similar to recent years, the budget will require significant cuts to government programs. The Governor has also set aside 6 million dollars for economic incentives. KUNC’s state capitol reporter Bente Birkeland has more.

4:42pm

Thu November 17, 2011
Deceptive Cadence

Turkey, Cranberries And Composers At The Table

Originally published on Thu November 17, 2011 10:01 pm

Which composers would you invite to your Thanksgiving table?
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