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  • 6:57am Nov 13, 2013
    Sports Sports

    After Decades, Braves To Move To Suburban Atlanta

    The Atlanta Braves will abandon downtown for a new stadium in suburban Cobb County. The Braves have played in the city for almost 50 years, and the news came as a big shock to residents.
  • 6:00pm Nov 12, 2013
    National National Environment

    Key West Awash With Plans For Rising Sea Level

    New ordinances adopted in the South Florida city require that new homes feature freshwater cisterns and be built higher than the current flood plain level. Says Key West's planning director, "We are, in all senses of the word, vulnerable to sea level rise."
  • 8:15am Nov 12, 2013
    World News World News

    Tacloban Took Brunt Of Typhoon Haiyen

    The Philippine city of Tacloban has suffered the worst from the massive storm. Survivors are in great need of food, water, shelter and medical services among other things.
  • 8:15am Nov 12, 2013
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    Affordable Care Act's Website Reflects Law's Complexity

    One reason the rollout of the Affordable Care Act has been so rocky is the difficult landscape the health care overhaul is trying to cover. The system was a complicated contraption to begin with, and the hybrid replacement is just as hard to negotiate.
  • 8:15am Nov 12, 2013
    World News World News

    Typhoon Devastates Leyte Province

    For more on the damage in the Philippines, Steve Inskeep talks to Steven Rood, of The Asia Foundation, about what Leyte province was like before the storm hit. Typhoon Haiyan may have killed thousands in the province and its capital Tacloban.