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4:50am

Mon January 23, 2012
Around the Nation

Chicago Judge Illustrates His Rulings With Photos

Court opinions are usually not that exciting but a judge in Chicago is trying to liven up his rulings with illustrations. In one, he used an iconic photo of Bob Marley. The case was about a prisoner's right to keep his dreadlocks on religious grounds.

4:00am

Mon January 23, 2012
Environment

Colorado Lawmaker to Introduce Fracking Bill

Matt Jones (D) Colorado State Representative, District 12
Colorado House Democrats

A state lawmaker plans to introduce legislation as early as this week that would give local governments more authority to regulate hydraulic fracturing, a move that comes as many local governments have looked to limit or temporarily ban fracking within their boundaries.

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2:00am

Mon January 23, 2012
Sports

Giants, Patriots To Meet Again In Super Bowl

Originally published on Mon January 23, 2012 7:25 am

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Announcers also remembered Joe Paterno during yesterday's pro football games. Those two conference championships on Sunday determined the lineup for the Super Bowl. The New York Giants will play the New England Patriots in a rematch of a Super Bowl from four years ago. Neither team made it to the big game easily. Both have great quarterbacks, but on Sunday, both had to rely on defense. Here's NPR's Mike Pesca.

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2:00am

Mon January 23, 2012
Remembrances

Paterno's Death Is A Sad Day For Happy Valley

Legendary Penn State football coach Joe Paterno died Sunday at the age of 85. He was fired by the university last fall following the sexual abuse charges against one of his former coaches.

2:00am

Mon January 23, 2012
Analysis

Gingrich, Buoyed By S.C. Win, Turns To Florida

Originally published on Tue January 24, 2012 6:59 am

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And now, let's bring in NPR's Cokie Roberts, as we do most Mondays. Cokie, good morning.

COKIE ROBERTS, BYLINE: Good morning, Steve.

INSKEEP: Well, yesterday, Newt Gingrich was all over the airwaves saying this is now a two-man race, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney - no Rick Santorum in there, as far as he's concerned, or Ron Paul, for that matter.

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