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  1. Doctors Slow To Embrace Recommended HPV Testing

    A test for a virus linked to cervical cancer has been around for 10 years. But a lot of doctors still don't recommended it routinely for women. Female doctors are more likely to prescribe it than their males colleagues.
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  2. Ukraine, A Chocolate Factory And The Fate Of A Woman

    It's been more than two decades since the Soviet Union broke up, and many of the former Soviet republics have spun out of Moscow's orbit. Ukraine now has the chance to say goodbye to its Soviet past and align itself economically and culturally with the European Union, but the the nation's government faces dilemmas on both fronts.
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  3. In California, A High School That Cheers A-R-A-B-S

    For decades, Coachella Valley High's mascot has been the Arab, a menacing-looking man with a hooked nose and a head wrap. School pep teams even lead belly dances during halftime shows. But last week, the mascot became national news when the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee took issue with the depiction.
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  4. Survey Finds Anti-Semitism 'On The Rise' In Europe

    Nearly half of those surveyed in Hungary and France said they had considered emigrating over safety concerns.
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  5. Bill De Blasio Wins New York City Mayoral Election

    Democrat Bill de Blasio won the New York City mayor's race, defeating Republican Joseph Lhota. He became the first Democrat to win the office since 1990.
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  6. Jay Keller

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  7. Seeing Opportunity In A Question: 'Where Are You Really From?'

    Alex Sugiura says he understands why people ask. "I have always thought I've had a particularly strange face," he explains. And the query, he says, gives him a chance to really talk about what it means to be mixed-race in America.
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  8. Verdi Requiem

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  9. Have Bitcoin To Burn? Next Stop Could Be The Farm

    There aren't many businesses accepting bitcoin just yet, so what's bringing together the futuristic currency with the age-old profession of farming? Some say credit card fees play a big role.
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  10. House Lawmakers Seek Federal Probe Of Black Lung Program

    Reps. George Miller and Joe Courtney are calling on the Labor Department to investigate "allegations of misconduct by doctors and lawyers working on behalf of the coal industry" and their roles in benefits denied to coal miners with black lung disease.
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