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he Federal Reserve announced it would begin to taper its monetary stimulus
the Senate clears the way for a final vote on a bipartisan budget deal
South Africa without Mandela, surveillance changes, and living in the cash economy.
The growth of the drone industry, antibiotics and livestock, school safety after Newtown.
We examine a shooting at a Colorado high school, a gunman shot two then killed himself.
we get the details of the Congressional budget agreement passed by the House
We look at the budget compromise to end the fiscal fight in Congress.
PBS NewsHour for Monday, December 9, 2013
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Tricking the brain with transformative virtual reality
Wave of Congressional retirements open up opportunity for both parties
White House press corps pushes for more Obama photo opportunities
Philippines disaster inspires 'typhoon' of aid activity to meet basic needs
Would new NSA oversight recommendations adversely slow down intelligence?
Federal Reserve announces pull back on stimulus as Bernanke nears end of tenure
News Wrap: Senate gives final approval to two-year budget agreement
The Fed's Open Market Committee: Making Sense of the Sanctum