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  • Obama Endorses Same-Sex Marriage
    President Obama has completed what he calls his "evolution" on gay marriage. After equivocating on the issue for more than a year, he now says same-sex marriage should be legal. Obama's endorsement of gay marriage makes it a prominent issue in the November election.
  • Gays Welcome Obama's Same-Sex Marriage Decision
    Gays and lesbians have been largely supportive of the Obama administration due to the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" and opposition to the Defense of Marriage Act. But some had felt the president was moving too slowly on the issue of same-sex marriage.
  • Swing State Voters Mull Obama's Announcement
    Some voters in Colorado are not happy about President Obama's decision to come out in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage.
  • Critical Afghan Issue: Future Of Women's Rights
    Before the U.S. invasion, life under the Taliban was horrendous for women. Morning Edition's Renee Montagne is reporting from Afghanistan at a time when the focus is on the future, and how the country will evolve as the war winds down.
  • After The Quake, Japanese Shop For Survival
    Memories of the massive earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan have created a niche industry of "disaster-protection gear." Many Japanese are now fully stocked up on emergency equipment, food and water.
  • Ohio Bill Would Ban Exotic Animals As Pets
    Exotic animals are already restricted in many states. Lawmakers in Ohio are considering legislation that would ban dozens of exotic animals as pets. Among other things, owners would have to apply for permits for existing animals.
  • Cybersecurity Firms Ditch Defense, Learn To 'Hunt'
    It's boom time for cybersecurity companies that specialize in going after Chinese hackers. The top competitors in the sector have been taking a nontraditional approach. Instead of focusing on protecting clients from malware, these firms are learning more about the attackers — and going after them.
  • Fed Allows Chinese Banks To Expand In U.S.
    The Federal Reserve has announced three of China's largest state-owned banks have been given approval to expand their operations in the U.S. Analysts say that ICBC, China investment Corp., and Central Huijin Investment will likely look to purchase regional U.S. banks and establish a footprint in the American market.
  • Pew Study: Americans In The Northeast Have More Economic Mobility
    Southern states like Florida and Texas scored the lowest on Pew's mobility index.
  • Republican Governors Debate Health Exchanges
    States are moving to set up health insurance exchanges — a pillar of Obama's health care law. But many GOP governors find themselves in an awkward position. David Wessel, economics editor of The Wall Street Journal, talks to Steve Inskeep about why the governors' positions on exchanges are complicated.

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