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Norm SilversteinAs the world focused on the news of Osama bin Laden's death after U.S. Navy Seals swept into his fortified compound in Pakistan, many listeners quickly turned to WXXI for NPR's analysis. But the news of bin Laden's death was just the headline – discovering what actually happened and the impact it has on the U.S. and the world, was the true story. And nobody does a better job at pulling that information together than WXXI and NPR news. If you want to go in-depth on any particular story, WXXI helps explain and break down complex issues and thoughts in a way where they are fully understood. We will give you all sides of the issues – not just the ones you agree with – and then let you make up your own mind.

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