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Fri September 23, 2011
Around the Nation

Hilton Denies It Overcharged DOJ For Muffins

Hilton Worldwide hosted a legal training conference for the Justice Department. News reports cited the department's inspector general saying Hilton billed the government $16 for each muffin. The company says its receipts were misinterpreted. Hilton says the price included fruit, a drink, tax and tips.


Fri September 23, 2011
Around the Nation

Volunteers In Indianapolis Gear Up For Super Bowl

Two thousand volunteers showed up for training recently. When the Super Bowl comes to Indianapolis, volunteeers will greet fans at the airport or give directions. The city's team, however, may not make it to the big game. The Colts are 0-2 so far this season.


Fri September 23, 2011

Pakistan Deals With Flooding, Terrorism Accusations

Originally published on Fri September 23, 2011 5:34 am



And let's go next to Pakistan, the scene of both a natural disaster and political turmoil. And we'll talk about the disaster first. NPR's Julie McCarthy is on the line from a flood zone in southern Pakistan. Julie, hi. Where are you?

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Fri September 23, 2011

So Long to Summer

Jim Hill

Summer officially comes to an end today. As we turn to autumn, the days are getting shorter and the nights cooler. But there’s one right of summer that won’t be going away in Greeley – at least not for the next two months. KUNC’s Will Witwer profiles one family-owned Drive-In that clearly stands out in a sea of Drive-Through’s.



Fri September 23, 2011
Around the Nation

Marines React To Buddy 'Coming Out' On The Radio

Earlier this week, Marine Major Darrel Choat revealed on Morning Edition that he is gay. Choat made the statement on the day that "don't ask, don't tell" was formally repealed. That law had banned gays from serving openly in the military. Steve Inskeep checks back in with Choat to hear how those he serves with reacted to the news.