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All Things Considered for March 25, 2012

The Duchesne Clinic in Kansas City, Kan., is just one free clinic that might have to adjust the way it operates under the new health care law. Elana Gordon/KCUR hide caption

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Health Care Law Puts Free Clinics At A Crossroads KCUR 89.3

Health Care Law Puts Free Clinics At A Crossroads

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With a new leader in North Korea, the U.S. and South Korea are watching for clues of his policies. But so far tensions have not eased along the demilitarized zone. Here, two North Korean soldiers look across at a South Korean soldier on Dec. 2. Lee Jae-Won/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Along Korea's DMZ, No Sign That Tensions Are Easing

Along Korea's DMZ, No Sign That Tensions Are Easing

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The Bowery, under the shadow of the elevated train tracks in New York City, bustled at night with colored lights and cane-swirling barkers, in places such as the Lyceum Concert Garden. E. Idell Zeisloft/Courtesy Doubleday hide caption

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Teddy Roosevelt's 'Doomed' War On New York Vice

Teddy Roosevelt's 'Doomed' War On New York Vice

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A Church That Fits Our Needs is Lost In The Trees' second album, a tribute to the late mother of frontman Ari Picker (second from left). Annalee Harkins/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Lost In The Trees: A Golden Memorial Of Orchestral Folk

Lost In The Trees: A Golden Memorial Of Orchestral Folk

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