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Business
3:00 am
Wed March 14, 2012

European Court Takes Up Crucifixes As Jewelry

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Britons are struggling with the issue of faith in the workplace. Two British women, one an airline employee and the other, a nurse, were suspended or barred from doing their jobs because they wore crucifixes at work. Now the two are taking their case to the European Court of Human Rights.

To find out how this debate is playing out in the UK, we called Lucy Kellaway, she's a columnist for the Financial Times. And she joined us from London.

Lucy, good to talk to you again.

LUCY KELLAWAY: Hello.

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NPR Story
3:00 am
Wed March 14, 2012

Meet France's Far-Right Politician

Far right politician Marine Le Pen is officially in the French presidential race after getting the required 500 mayors' signatures to appear on the ballot. She launched her campaign in a small town in the north of France, a poor region where many see globalization and immigration as France's biggest problems.

NPR Story
3:00 am
Wed March 14, 2012

Rutgers Trial Heads To Jury

Nancy Solomon of New Jersey Public Radio reports on the trial of former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi. The jury is to begin deliberations on charges that Ravi used a webcam to spy on his roommate having a same-sex encounter. The roommate later committed suicide.

NPR Story
3:00 am
Wed March 14, 2012

Business News

After 244 years in print, Encyclopaedia Britannica is making the move to all digital. The company said it was killing off its print edition to focus on its digital offerings.

Politics
3:00 am
Wed March 14, 2012

Transportation Bill Gathers Bi-Partisan Support

The Senate is on the verge of passing a highway bill. It would spend more than $100 billion on the nation's roads in two years. The bill is expected to pass with bi-partisan support. But it's had an unusual and controversial path.

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