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6:17am

Fri October 26, 2012
The Two-Way

If Sandy Becomes 'Frankenstorm,' It Could Be Worst In A Century

Originally published on Thu November 14, 2013 9:52 am

National Hurricane Center's "5-day forecast cone" at 2 p.m. ET today (Oct. 26).
www.nhc.noaa.gov

"We're not trying to hype it," National Weather Service meterologist Paul Kocin tells Bloomberg News. "What we're seeing in some of our models is a storm at an intensity that we have not seen in this part of the country in the past century."

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5:17pm

Thu October 25, 2012
Environment

In A Shift From 2008 Race, Obama's Hush On Climate

Originally published on Fri October 26, 2012 4:57 pm

A boat skims through the melting ice in the Ilulissat fiord, on the western coast of Greenland, in 2008. The glacier is the most active in the Northern Hemisphere, producing 10 percent of Greenland's icebergs, or some 20 million tons of ice per day. But experts say the glacier is in bad shape because of climate change.
Steen Ulrik Johannessen AFP/Getty Images

This story is part of a two-part series about the presidential candidates' climate policies. Click Here For The Story About Mitt Romney

Both presidential candidates have all but ignored climate change during this election season. Mitt Romney would not make it a priority if he were president.

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4:52pm

Thu October 25, 2012
U.S.

Assisted Suicide Goes To Vote In Massachusetts

Originally published on Fri October 26, 2012 4:09 pm

John Kelly and Dr. Marcia Angell are advocates on opposite sides of the issue of physician-assisted suicide.
Jesse Costa WBUR

Two states, Oregon and Washington, have legalized physician-assisted suicide through voter-approved ballot initiatives. Massachusetts will become the third if voters approve the so-called Death With Dignity ballot question. The measure would let terminally ill patients with six months or less to live get a lethal prescription. The outcome of that vote could change the landscape for legalized suicide nationwide.

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3:39pm

Thu October 25, 2012
The Salt

Beef Heart: An Unexpected Meal That Spans Generations

Originally published on Tue March 26, 2013 5:43 pm

The Bristol's Beef Heart
Jody Eddy

Beef heart — it's what's for dinner! Well, if you're not a vegetarian. Stick with us on this.

All Things Considered is launching a Found Recipe series Thursday, asking cookbook authors, chefs and bloggers to tell us about the dishes that surprise and delight. These are recipes stumbled upon or created by accident or by necessity.

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3:17pm

Thu October 25, 2012
Music Interviews

Gary Clark Jr.: A Blues Wunderkind Grows Up, Breaks Out

Originally published on Fri October 26, 2012 8:05 am

Gary Clark Jr.'s new album is called Blak and Blu.
Frank Maddocks Courtesy of the artist

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