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  1. In Baltimore, Hopes Of Turning Abandoned Properties Into Affordable Homes

    The city has long suffered a dearth of decent housing. The recent collapse of vacant buildings — which in one case killed a man — has increased the urgency of finding a solution.
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  2. Doctor Says Accused Wife Killer Was In A Pot-Induced Delirium

    The doctor's findings are contained in recently filed court documents in the case of 49-year-old Richard Kirk, who is charged with first-degree murder.
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  3. The Improvisational Surgeon: Cardboard Casts, No Power, Patients Galore

    A new report says 5 billion people lack access to even the most basic surgical care. Why is surgery ignored in the global health landscape?
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  4. Venezuela Cuts Public Employees' Workweek To 2 Days To Save Energy

    President Nicolas Maduro says public sector workers will work only on Mondays and Tuesdays. Venezuela is grappling with drought that has shrunk water levels at the country's main hydroelectric dam.
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  5. CDOT Reinstates Higher Fines On Wildlife-Heavy Highways

    CDOT suspended wildlife zones for a year while officials considered their efficacy.
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  6. Judge Strikes Down Last Same-Sex Adoption Ban In The U.S.

    Mississippi's law was the last of its kind in the U.S. The couples in the case were in a variety of circumstances, from desiring to adopt a child to raising children together.
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  7. Princeton Will Keep Woodrow Wilson's Name On School Buildings

    Some students had wanted the former U.S. president's name removed because of Wilson's views on segregation.
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  8. 'New York Values'? Fuhgeddaboudit. GOP Candidates Show Their Love

    At a black-tie, $1,000-a-plate fundraiser for the New York state Republican Party, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich offered nothing but praise for the city. The New York primary is Tuesday.
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  9. Colo. High Court Takes Case Of Cities That Seek Fracking Bans

    Longmont voters banned hydraulic fracturing in 2012. Fort Collins voters approved a 5-year moratorium in 2013.
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  10. Aspen Mountain To Open For Season Early

    Three chairlifts and more than 100 acres will open for a preview on Saturday and Sunday.
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