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2:00am

Fri September 23, 2011
NPR Story

The Last Word In Business

Steve Inskeep has the Last Word in business.

2:00am

Fri September 23, 2011
NPR Story

Obama To Waive Parts Of Bush-Era Education Act

The White House is announcing Friday that it will grant waivers to states that cannot meet the testing standards of the No Child Left Behind education law. But states will face strict scrutiny from Washington before they get these waivers.

12:04am

Fri September 23, 2011
Local

Longtime Ute Tribal Chair to be Remembered in Colorado

Memorial services begin later today in commemoration of the life of former  Ute Mountain Ute Chairman Ernest House Senior.  The 65-year-old died last weekend in a motorcycle accident near his home in the Four Corners region. 

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10:01pm

Thu September 22, 2011
Television

As 'All My Children' Ends, Susan Lucci Says Goodbye

Susan Lucci's character, Erica Kane, has served time for kidnapping, been accused of murder and cheated on her fifth and sixth husband, Travis, with his brother, Jackson — who later became Kane's 10th husband.
Ron Tom ABC

Susan Lucci is the most famous actress in daytime drama, but her reign comes to an end on Friday, when her soap — ABC's All My Children — broadcasts its final episode.

Fans have been following the drama of Pine Valley — the fictitious Philadelphia suburb where the show takes place — since 1970, and much of that drama has revolved around Lucci's character, Erica Kane.

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12:40pm

Thu September 22, 2011
Politics

Udall Questions Top Defense Officials about Pakistan

Capitol News Connection

The nation’s top defense officials told a Senate committee on Thursday the U-S must remain invested in Iraq and Afghanistan for now. But Colorado Senator Mark Udall had another country on his mind.

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