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Stories for February 24, 2013

With Glamour And 'All That Jazz,' The Academy Hands Out its Oscars

Feb. 24
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Waltz wins supporting-actor prize for 'Django Unchained' as MacFarlane makes classy start

Join NPR's Live Coverage Of Sunday Night At The Oscars

Feb. 24
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Celebrities, producers, directors, writers -- some are wearing skin-tight gowns while others are sporting cumberbunds -- it's all happening at this year's 85th Annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

Jimmie Johnson Wins Second Daytona 500; Danica Patrick Makes Historic Leads

Feb. 24
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A big first for Danica Patrick, but an even bigger second for Jimmie Johnson.

Auction Halted Of Banksy Mural Removed In London

Feb. 24
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Last week we told you about the uproar surrounding the auction of a piece of art by mysterious graffiti artist Banksy that disappeared from its home on a wall in north London.

As Deep Cuts Loom, Continued Appeals For A Deal, Finger-Pointing

Feb. 24
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With less than a week before the across-the-board-spending cuts and tax hikes go into effect, Republicans and Democrats are sounding off about the sequestration.

Paul C.P. McIlhenny, CEO Of Company That Makes Tabasco Sauce, Dies

Feb. 24
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The CEO and chairman of the company that makes Tabasco sauce has died in New Orleans. Paul C.P. McIlhenny was 68.

Overseas Trip A Road Test For Newly-Minted Sec. Of State Kerry

Feb. 24
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John Kerry sets off Sunday on his first foreign trip as secretary of state, visiting Europe and the Middle East.