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9:23am

Mon September 16, 2013
World Cafe

Bon Iver On World Cafe

Originally published on Thu September 26, 2013 12:28 pm

Justin Vernon of Bon Iver.
D.L. Anderson

This session, from Sept. 2, 2011, is part of our Vintage Cafe series, in which we revisit some of our best studio performances.

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9:18am

Mon September 16, 2013
Environment

Debate Revs As Decision Stalls Over Oil Pipeline From Canada

Originally published on Mon September 16, 2013 10:56 am

A 60-foot section of pipe is lowered into a trench during construction of the Gulf Coast Pipeline in Prague, Okla., in March. The Gulf Coast Pipeline, a 485-mile crude oil line, is part of the Keystone XL project and will run from Cushing, Okla. to Nederland, Texas. Although this southern stretch of the pipeline is nearly finished, the northern stretch is still under study.
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Five years ago this week, a Canadian company proposed building a pipeline to send heavy crude oil from Alberta to U.S. refineries. Although the Obama administration's answer on the Keystone XL pipeline is not expected anytime soon, politicians in Washington and Canada are ramping up the pressure for the project, while environmentalists are pushing hard against it.

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8:57am

Mon September 16, 2013
Around the Nation

Several Reported Dead In Shooting At Navy Yard In Washington

Originally published on Mon September 16, 2013 10:20 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

We will go to NPR's business news in a moment. Right now, let's get an update on what we do know about a shooting at the U.S. Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. today. We have to begin by being frank. What we do not know exceeds what we do. NPR's Jennifer Ludden is on the scene of that shooting today - or near it - and she's on line. And Jennifer, what have you been learning?

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8:51am

Mon September 16, 2013
Digital Life

Are Latinos Turning Away From Traditional Media For Information?

Originally published on Mon September 16, 2013 12:43 pm

8:36am

Mon September 16, 2013
The Two-Way

Former U.N. Inspector: Syria Plan 'Optimistic,' Requires Troops

Originally published on Mon September 16, 2013 9:26 am

Secretary of State John Kerry discusses the U.S.-Russia plan to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons with top British diplomat William Hague (left) and French diplomat Laurent Fabius, on Monday. Former weapons inspector David Kay says the plan includes "unrealistic" deadlines.
Kenzo Tribouillard AFP/Getty Images

The U.S.-Russia plan to rid Syria of chemical weapons by next summer faces many hurdles and includes "unrealistic" deadlines, says former U.N. weapons inspector David Kay, who worked on efforts to detail chemical weapons in Iraq.

Kay says the plan will require an international military presence — "boots on the ground" — to make sure the weapons don't fall into the wrong hands.

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