7:26am

Mon January 9, 2012
-New York Ski Report

Ski Conditions for January 9th, 2012

New York ski area conditions provided by Ski Areas of New York.

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7:00am

Mon January 9, 2012

6:45am

Mon January 9, 2012
Political Junkie

Mitt Romney, New Hampshire And The 'Expectations Game'

Originally published on Mon January 9, 2012 2:09 pm

Romney's N.H. victory celebration four years ago was premature. But it may not be this time.
Ken Rudin collection

A handful of new polls are out, all of which have Mitt Romney ahead in the Jan. 21 South Carolina primary by varying margins.

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6:24am

Mon January 9, 2012
Strange News

English Pub Serves Non-Alcoholic Beer To Dogs

A pub in Newcastle, England, is taking its pet-friendly policy to new levels. It is serving dogs beer. The special brew is made of malt, hops and meat extract — it's non-alcoholic

6:18am

Mon January 9, 2012
Around the Nation

New Hampshire Eatery Bans Politicians

GOP presidential candidates have swarmed the state ahead of Tuesday primary election. The candidates have been at local establishments shaking hands and sipping coffee. One Portsmouth restaurant had enough unannounced visits. The staff of Colby's Breakfast and Lunch posted a sign on their door: No Politicians, No Exceptions.

4:00am

Mon January 9, 2012
Election 2012

N.H. Female Voters Weigh In On Primary Issues

Originally published on Mon January 9, 2012 10:44 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Presidential candidates are making their appeals in events all over New Hampshire. But if you want to know what voters are thinking, it's better to drop by somebody's house, for a cup of coffee. Or, something stronger.

Hey, how are you?

SAMANTHA BOUDREAU: Hi, I'm Samantha Boudreau.

INSKEEP: Hi Samantha. I'm Steve.

BOUDREAU: Nice to meet you.

INSKEEP: Hi.

JEAN BELL: Jean Bell.

INSKEEP: Hi, Jean. Thanks for joining us. I really appreciate it.

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4:00am

Mon January 9, 2012
Analysis

Latest Jobless Data Boosts Obama's Re-Election Bid

Originally published on Mon January 9, 2012 6:36 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Now, whoever wins the Republican nomination has to face President Obama, who got some meaningful news on Friday, when unemployment figures improved again. For that part of the story, let's turn to NPR's Cokie Roberts, as we do most Monday mornings. Cokie, good morning.

COKIE ROBERTS, BYLINE: Hi, Steve.

INSKEEP: How important are those job figures?

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4:00am

Mon January 9, 2012
Sports

Denver, Giants Move On In NFL Playoffs

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

This morning, a lot of NFL football fans are still talking about the first weekend of the playoffs. And what a weekend it was. It looks like Tebow time is back in business. After several weeks of downright awful performances, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow delivered what his fans are calling the latest miracle in his young NFL career. Tebow's 80-yard pass play with wide receiver Demaryius Thomas on the first play of overtime clinched a stunning playoff win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, 29 to 23, last night.

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4:00am

Mon January 9, 2012
Around the Nation

Tucson Remembers Tragic Shooting 1 Year Ago

Originally published on Mon January 9, 2012 6:27 am

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Last night in Tucson, Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords made a rare public appearance at a vigil marking the anniversary of the shooting there last year. Giffords was shot in the head, a dozen others were wounded and six people were killed.

NPR's Ted Robbins attended a weekend of memorial events.

(SOUNDBITE OF BELLS)

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4:00am

Mon January 9, 2012
Election 2012

Huntsman's Crowds Grow But They're Still Small

Originally published on Mon January 9, 2012 11:16 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Behind Mitt Romney in the New Hampshire polls comes Ron Paul, and then several men battling for third. Including Jon Huntsman, the former Utah governor and ambassador to China.

Robert Siegel of NPR's ALL THINGS CONSIDERED has been following him around here in New Hampshire. Hi, Robert.

ROBERT SIEGEL, BYLINE: Hi, Steve.

INSKEEP: What have you seen?

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