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Stories for August 10, 2013

The Tricky Business Of Predicting Where Media Will Go Next

Aug. 10
NPR Staff / NPR
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What's next for The Washington Post? With a new owner, the paper is stepping into a new era. Its path may lead to the ever-evolving future of journalism.

Massive Hunt For Calif. Girl And Her Alleged Kidnapper Continues

Aug. 10
Scott Neuman / NPR
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The search for abducted teen Hanna Anderson and her suspected kidnapper "has spanned three states and thousands of miles," according to The Associated Press.

How Two Veterans Helped Each Other With A Second Chance

Aug. 10
NPR Staff / NPR
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Marine Cpl. Paul Wayman and former Navy SEAL Nathanael Roberti met in 2012, after finding themselves in front of a special court for veterans.

2014 Senate Math Favors Republicans But Primary Battles Loom

Aug. 10
Liz Halloran / NPR
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Republican dreams of a U.S. Senate takeover have been shattered in recent elections by a collection of "unelectable" nominees -- the term of art used by political pros to refer to not-ready-for-prime-time candidates whose extreme views doomed their chances with mainstream voters.

Kerry, Hagel Aim To Ease U.S.-Russian Tensions

Aug. 10
Michele Kelemen / NPR
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Secretary of State John Kerry and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel met with their Russian counterparts for talks in Washington on Friday, aiming to repair strained relations with Moscow.