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La Cosecha Honors AWC Graduates and Their Families

It takes a village to raise a college graduate. Well, it takes at least a family. That was the message Thursday evening as Arizona Western College hosted the La Cosecha banquet, which is Spanish for The Harvest. The annual ceremony celebrates graduates who are going on to a four-year university and are either a first-generation student, a financial aid recipient or a student with a disability.

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Large Parts Of Manhattan Underwater

Oct 30, 2012

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Bakery Opens For Business In Atlantic City

Oct 30, 2012

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And Super Storm Sandy caused massive flooding in Atlantic City, New Jersey, leaving much of it under water. We reached Frank Formica, he owns and runs the bakery and café his grandfather founded, Formica Brothers, in Atlantic City. Good morning.

Sandy Brings Blizzard Conditions To W.Va.

Oct 30, 2012

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China is about to get new leaders for the first time in a decade, and it comes at a crucial moment for the world's most populous nation. Economic growth, which surged for decades, has slowed. Demands for political reform have increased and the Communist Party has been hit by scandal. In a series of stories this week, NPR is examining the multiple challenges facing China. In this story, Louisa Lim looks at China's pervasive efforts to maintain order.

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Why Do Election Polls Vary So Much?

Oct 30, 2012

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You can barely listen to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney make a speech or give an interview without hearing some variation of this vow:

"On Day 1 of my administration, I'll direct the secretary of Health and Human Services to grant a waiver from Obamacare to all 50 states. And then I'll go about getting it repealed," he told Newsmax TV in September 2011.

East Coast Reeling After Hurricane Sandy

Oct 30, 2012

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This interview was originally broadcast on Sept. 26, 2012.

After the global financial crisis hit in 2008, Pulitzer Prize winner J.R. Moehringer was so angry at banks, he says, he decided to write about the people who rob them — in the form of fiction, since he's not an economist.

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