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12:57am

Tue May 29, 2012
Family Matters: The Money Squeeze

Listening To Parents Key To Financial Responsibility

Originally published on Tue May 29, 2012 2:34 am

Parents can make a difference in whether their kids become spenders or savers, studies find.
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As an increasing number of Americans live into their 80s and 90s, many families are struggling to find ways to make retirement dollars — that were once supposed to support seniors for years — now stretch over decades.

More and more, families have to care for the very elderly, as well as look after children who might be college grads but haven't found a job in a difficult economy.

All this requires one very important thing: lots of money.

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9:07am

Mon May 28, 2012
Middle East

Ex-Mubarak PM, Islamist In Egyptian Runoff

Originally published on Mon May 28, 2012 10:43 am

In Egypt, Ahmed Shafiq and the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Mohammed Morsi, will face each other in a runoff election next month. David Greene talks with NPR's Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson about what these results might mean for Egypt's future.

6:00am

Mon May 28, 2012
Sports

Bolder Boulder’s Runner for the Ages

Grace Hood

Buried deep in the fine print of today’s Bolder Boulder race results is a category that doesn’t get much attention. “Beat Your Age” subtracts race time from age. Since it was started 5 years ago, one name has dominated the list: Libby James.

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5:29am

Mon May 28, 2012
Environment

Tax Break for Beetle-Kill Wood Products Expands

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As vacationers head to the Colorado mountains this summer, it will be hard to miss the large swaths of dead and dying trees caused by the mountain pine and spruce beetle epidemic. But a bill signed into law earlier this month by Governor Hickenlooper could help speed up the recovery process.

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4:25am

Mon May 28, 2012

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