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At this time last year, there was a month-long quarrel between officials in U.S. and Libya over what to do with 5.2 kilograms of uranium, sitting lightly guarded outside a nuclear facility near Tripoli. The crisis was revealed publicly for the first time this month.
A new report predicts that states will face new financial pressures in 2012 as federal stimulus money runs out and rainy day funds dwindle.
A look at actor John Wilkes Booth’s strangely forward-looking 1860 performance in Shakespeare’s Richard III. Booth would go on to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln in 1865.
On Wednesday we heard music from Christian McBride, Dean and Britta and more.
Who has the upper hand in the debate over Bush-era tax cuts and the deficit?
The jazz trio The Bad Plus are well known for their covers of Pink Floyd, Nirvana, and Stravinsky. But on their new CD “Never Stop,” the group focuses on their own material.