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2:00am

Thu August 25, 2011
Business

Steve Jobs Resigns, Steve Cook Becomes Apple's CEO

Apple CEO Steve Jobs stepped down Wednesday, in a poignant letter to his board. Jobs has been battling cancer for some years. He will continue as chairman of the board.

2:00am

Thu August 25, 2011
Africa

Gadhafi Still Eludes Libyan Rebels Search

Rebel forces continue to battle pockets of resistance from pro-Gadhafi forces in the Libyan capital Tripoli. Meanwhile, a bounty has been placed on the head of the Libyan leader.

2:00am

Thu August 25, 2011
NPR Story

Military Branches Try To Deflect Budget Cuts

A Congressional panel has roughly three months to come up with a plan to cut the deficit. The Pentagon is likely to get hit with hundreds of billions of dollars in additional budget cuts. Each branch of the military knows the cuts are coming — so they are trying publicly and privately to minimize the damage to their bottom lines.

2:00am

Thu August 25, 2011
NPR Story

CBO Projects Deficit Outlook

What if Congress did nothing about the deficit for the next two years? Believe it or not, the long-term debt of the U.S. would become much more manageable.

10:01pm

Wed August 24, 2011
Deceptive Cadence

The Bee's Knees: Music With A Definite Buzz

It's the dog days of summer, but the sound of the season belongs to the bees. Fortunately, buzzing bees have inspired some lovely music. Morning Edition commentator Miles Hoffman has some suggestions.

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