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Wed July 6, 2011
NPR Story

Montana Assesses Oil Spill In Yellowstone River

Cleanup continues as Exxon Mobile tries to determine the scope of the oil spill in Montana's Yellowstone River. Rising waters due to snow melt could make it difficult for crews to get to some affected areas. Last week, a 12-inch pipeline carrying crude oil burst upstream of a refinery in Billings.

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Wed July 6, 2011
Business

The Last Word In Business

Steve Inskeep has the Last Word in business.

4:00am

Wed July 6, 2011
Remembrances

American Painter Cy Twombly Dies In Rome

Cy Twombly's paintings, sculptures and scribbles — as some of his work's been called — are in major museums all over the world. Twombly died in Rome Tuesday. The 83-year-old artist had cancer.

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Wed July 6, 2011
Around the Nation

Jury: Casey Anthony Didn't Killer Her Daughter

For more than two years, television and talk radio pundits have been fixated on the Casey Anthony murder trial. The 25-year-old mom was accused of killing her two-year-old daughter and then lying about it for months. On Tuesday, jurors in an Orlando courtroom agreed she is not guilty.

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Wed July 6, 2011
Afghanistan

Election Dispute Deadlocks Afghan Government

Afghan parliamentarians are struggling to hold a unified line against what they see as an unconstitutional push by President Karzai to overturn 25 percent of last September's parliamentary elections. The continuing deadlock has tarnished all sides and exposed the fragility of Afghan democracy.

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