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  1. Secret U.S. Stealth Drone Flies Out Of The Shadows

    Aviation Week says the classified surveillance drone, which is meant to replace the Cold War-era SR-71 Blackbird, has begun test flights at Area 51.
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  2. Slideshow: Asian Colorado events

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  3. When Craft Beer Goes Global: A Kansas City Brewery's Tale

    Boulevard Brewing has become a Kansas City staple since its founding in the 1980s. It has many loyal local fans — and soon, a new international owner, Duvel. The deal says a lot about how the world now values a product made with a firm sense of place.
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  4. As Inflation Soars, Venezuela's Leader Opts For Drastic Steps

    Inflation in Venezuela — which has hit 54 percent this year — is among the world's highest. Basic goods like toilet paper and milk are out of reach for the average consumer. Presidential orders for business owners to empty their warehouses and slash prices are delighting shoppers, but dismaying shop owners.
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  5. FBI Agents Support Bipartisan Spending Deal

    The bureau, which says it's been hard-hit by sequestration cuts, hopes the compromise plan will forestall furloughs and bring it back to full capacity.
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  6. How Michael Bloomberg Became The Most Influential Mayor Of The Century (So Far)

    By example and personal wealth, Bloomberg has changed not just city management in New York but also the way mayors all over the country approach their jobs. He steps down Jan. 1.
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  7. Indian Nationalist Leader Says Violence Shook Him To The Core

    But Narendra Modi's critics say he's to blame for the deadly anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat state in 2002. Modi is widely expected to become India's next prime minister if his Bharatiya Janata Party wins next year's election. His supporters view him as an efficient administrator.
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  8. Why Some Farmworkers Struggle To Feed Their Families

    Many can't afford to buy the fresh produce that grows all around them, and some areas that grow enormous amounts of produce are among the highest in the nation when it comes to food insecurity.
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  9. Yes, but Is It art? What an artist is obliged to share with her viewers

    How does an artist decide when to take a risk that might betray a viewer’s trust? CPR's arts editor hosts a discussion with artist Nikki Pike and curator Carmen Winant.
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  10. Hey Santa, where's our maestro?

    Holiday concerts are always a big draw, whether an orchestra offers tinsel-covered pops or a Messiah by candlelight. Large crowds, familiar chestnuts and the Man in the Red Suit. Nothing's missing -- except the music director. What's up with that?
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