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  1. How high debt from the housing collapse still stifles our economy

    Seven years after the subprime mortgage crisis, the U.S. economy has not yet fully recovered. Now two economists have come up with new evidence about what's holding the economy back.
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  2. One Year Later, Snowden Still Evades U.S. Charges

    One year ago Thursday, Edward Snowden leaked National Security Agency documents revealing details of its surveillance program. The Obama administration still considers Snowden a fugitive from justice and wants him to return to the U.S.
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  3. A century ago, Colorado's Front Range was paralyzed by record snowfall

    When the five-day storm ended, people dug out from 4-6 feet of snow. That's still a record snowfall for many areas, including Denver.
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  4. How should we interpret bump in Colo. crime rate? 'We don’t know'

    The latest numbers show Colorado's crime rate is slightly up. But criminologists say it's tough to interpret the crime data.
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  5. Suspicious Use Of AIDS Drugs Costs Medicare $30 Million

    Medicare is paying for HIV drugs for hundreds of patients who may not have the disease, an inspector general's investigation finds. A 77-year-old woman with no record of HIV got $33,500 of medication.
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  6. What Happens When A Beijing Man Invites Women Into His Lamborghini?

    The man had a hidden camera recording his chats with the women in Beijing's nightlife district. The video has struck a nerve in China's running debate over materialism and values.
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  7. State Abortion Laws Face A New Round Of Legal Challenges

    State legislatures have passed laws that require doctors to have hospital admitting privileges to perform abortions. Some courts are now saying these laws are unconstitutional.
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  8. 1.2 Billion Web Credentials Said To Be In Russian Gang's Hands

    From its base in south central Russia, the relatively small group has reportedly collected passwords along with user names and email addresses.
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  9. Forest officials urge homeowners to create defensible space before wildfires

    A year after the massive Black Forest wildfire, state forest officials say many homeowners don't take action to create defensible space until after a fire burns in the area.
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  10. Loud and Clear: Capturing emotion, and your New Year's resolutions

    In our weekly feedback segment, listeners react to stories from South Sudan, avalanche training and math class
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