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2:00am

Thu November 10, 2011
NPR Story

Jefferson County, Ala., Files For Bankruptcy

Alabama's most populous county has filed the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. Jefferson County commissioners voted to declare bankruptcy after years of squabbling with creditors over $4 billion in debt.

2:00am

Thu November 10, 2011
NPR Story

Perry Stumbles In Latest GOP Debate

Presidential hopefuls and voters alike sometimes get upset about so-called gotcha questions from reporters that seem designed to embarrass contenders. But Wednesday night's Republican debate outside Detroit demonstrated how some candidates have done a perfectly good job of "getting" themselves.

The debate had some dramatic moments — including one excruciating moment that Texas Gov. Rick Perry would probably like to forget. The comments focused on the economy and jobs, but there were also questions about the sexual harassment allegations against front-runner Herman Cain.

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2:00am

Thu November 10, 2011
NPR Story

Business News

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2:00am

Thu November 10, 2011
Media

James Murdoch To Testify Again On Hacking Scandal

Originally published on Thu November 10, 2011 3:38 am

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Let's hear now about the latest twist in the scandal at News Corp that erupted earlier this year. News Corp newspapers, controlled by Rupert Murdoch and members of his family, are being investigated over charges of phone hacking and police bribery. This morning in London, top News Corp executive James Murdoch, one of the Rupert Murdoch's sons, went before members of parliament and answered questions about his previous testimony concerning the scandal. NPR's David Folkenflik is in London following the proceedings. Good morning, David.

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10:01pm

Wed November 9, 2011
Fine Art

For Gertrude Stein, Collecting Art Was A Family Affair

Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 9:20 am

The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life

A reunion of art is taking place in Paris right now. Works that haven't been there together in almost a century are reunited once again. The art was collected by writer Gertrude Stein and her brothers starting in the early 1900s. The Steins bought paintings right out of the studios of young avant-garde artists — Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and others who would become masters as the 20th century progressed.

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