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The Slatest: June 8, 2012

U.S. Troop Suicides Surging

U.S. Troop Suicides Surging

A new AP report found that active-duty troops are now committing suicide at a rate of nearly one a day.

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Obama, Again, Lobbies Congress To Take Up Jobs Bill

Obama, Again, Lobbies Congress To Take Up Jobs Bill

Stahl: There's no reason to doubt the GOP's motivations when they say they are philosophically opposed to more stimulus.

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SCOTUS Approval Rating Dips to 44 Percent

SCOTUS Approval Rating Dips to 44 Percent

Roughly 3 in 4 say the justices are sometimes unable to set aside their personal and political views when doing their jobs.

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Hells Angels Raid Provides Peek Inside Infamous Gang

Hells Angels Raid Provides Peek Inside Infamous Gang

A two-year FBI investigation culminated this week with roughly 20 arrests in the Carolinas.

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NPR's Car Talk Brothers To Call it Quits

NPR's Car Talk Brothers To Call it Quits

Tom and Ray Magliozzi announced Friday that they'll stop making new episodes this fall.

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Scientists To Stage Bake Sale For NASA

Scientists To Stage Bake Sale For NASA

A group of scientists and students are hoping a clever PR stunt will draw attention to planned budget cuts at the space agency.

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Triple Crown Hopeful Drops Out on Eve of Belmont

Triple Crown Hopeful Drops Out on Eve of Belmont

McClelland: It's OK, I'll Have Another wouldn't have won anyway.

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Syrian Troops Prepare To Storm Homs

Syrian Troops Prepare To Storm Homs

Meanwhile, U.N. observers try to gain access to the site of an alleged massacre.

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Rand Paul Endorses Romney

Rand Paul Endorses Romney

With his father conceding the race is now over, the freshman senator gets behind the presumptive GOP nominee.

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Survey: 6.6 Million Young Adults on Parents' Plans

Survey: 6.6 Million Young Adults on Parents' Plans

Americans under 26 are increasingly taking advantage of a popular provision in the president's health care law.

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Farewell Car Talk, and Thanks for the Good Advice

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LeBron Was Amazing in Last Night's Game. He Shouldn't Play That Way Again.

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