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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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The Shrinking U.S. Military | Going Greek: An Inside Look at Fraternities | Ukraine's Troubled Economy Remains Uncertain in Political Upheaval | How Will Congress Respond to Reducing Troop Numbers? | Uganda's Anti-Gay Rights Bill Threatens U.S.-Uganda Relations | Real People / Best Pictures: 'Dallas Buyers Club' and the AIDS Crisis | The Dangerous Side of Fraternities

Why the U.S. Military is Shrinking

Today, the Army has 522,000 soldiers on active duty. Hagel's proposed Pentagon budget would cut manpower even further, to somewhere between  440,000 and 450,000.

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The Dangerous Side of Fraternities

Amidst all of the tragic headlines of initiation nights gone wrong, what does it mean to be part of a brotherhood in 2014? Caitlin Flanagan, contributing editor at The Atlantic Magazi...

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Meet the Real People Behind the Best Pictures: 'Dallas Buyers Club'

All this week, our series "Real People/Best Picture" looks at some of the films that are nominated for Best Picture, and talking with people who are intimately connected with the stor...

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Today's Highlights | February 25, 2014

Also on Today's Show: What role should international institutions play in helping Ukraine's troubled economy amid the political upheaval? ... A look at how congress might respond to S...

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