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  1. In Korea, Spam Isn't Junk Meat — It's A Treat

    It's a gelatinous slab of pork, salt and starch — and in fancy packaging, it's a popular holiday gift. So how did South Korea become the world's No. 2 Spam consumer? Blame it on the war.
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  2. Bluegrass musician Jake Schepps' latest is fueled by contemporary classical composers

    The new album, "Entwined," features four pieces that veer between traditional sounds and contemporary classical.
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  3. 2 Coloradans to be White House guests at State of the Union

    Denver resident Carolyn Reed and Englewood medical student William Elder will be in Washington on Tuesday.
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  4. Japan's Abe Pushes The Pacific Trade Deal Onto Center Stage

    The Japanese prime minister used his time in the spotlight in Washington to promote the Trans-Pacific Partnership, saying it would create both prosperity and peace. Democrats remain skeptical.
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  5. On The Streets Of Baltimore, Trying To Understand The Anger

    On the streets, some said violence is the only way to get authorities to pay attention to the plight of blacks in Baltimore. Others said they understood the anger, but not the violence.
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  6. Greece Puts A Number On Nazi-Era Reparations From Germany

    Deputy Finance Minister Dimitris Mardas told a parliamentary panel the figure was about $305.17 billion. It's the first time Greece has set a figure for the German occupation in the 1940s.
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  7. What Kind Of Parent Are You? The Debate Over 'Free-Range' Parenting

    When a Maryland family let their children walk home alone from a park, it drew the authorities' attention and helped spark a national conversation. Two moms with differing views weigh in.
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  8. Delinquent. Dropout. At-Risk. When Words Become Labels

    How we describe students affects how we approach them, whether as a risk or an opportunity.
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  9. Drug-Resistant Food Poisoning Lands In The U.S.

    Travelers are bringing a nasty bacterial disease to the U.S. and spreading it to others. The bacteria cause bad diarrhea and are tough to treat because they're resistant to the top antibiotic.
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  10. For Japan's Prime Minister, U.S. Visit A Chance To Elevate Image

    Shinzo Abe will have a summit with President Obama, sign a security agreement and make a historic address to a joint meeting of Congress during his weeklong visit.
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