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  1. More Than A Dozen Hurt After High School Stage Collapses In Indiana

    Students sustained minor injuries in the collapse during the musical finale of a stage show in suburban Indianapolis.
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  2. Slideshow: The Fur Trade Symposium at Bent’s Old Fort

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  3. California Governor Signs Landmark Right-To-Die Law

    After months of impassioned debate over the ethics of physician-assisted suicide, California will become the fifth state to allow people who are terminally ill to hasten death with lethal drugs.
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  4. Defying GOP Leaders, Rep. Trey Radel Won't Resign After Rehab

    The Florida congressman, who was arrested in November for cocaine possession, said he's returning to Congress. But the Republican hasn't said yet whether he'll seek another two years in Congress when his term expires this year.
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  5. The Surgeon Who Became An Activist For Baby Talk

    The new book by surgeon Dana Suskind, Thirty Million Words: Building A Child's Brain, explores the importance of constantly talking to our kids, even when they're too young to talk back.
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  6. Khodorkovsky, A Free Man After A Decade In Russian Prison

    Russia's most famous prisoner, former oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky, was freed Saturday and flown to Germany. Russians are wondering why the former oil magnate asked for a pardon after years of denying guilt.
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  7. As U.S. Announces Plan To Accept More Refugees, Michigan Gets Ready

    Southeast Michigan has taken in waves of refugees from the Middle East conflicts for decades, resulting in a strong Arab-American community. Refugee advocates say they're prepared to help Syrians.
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  8. The Evidence That White Children Benefit From Integrated Schools

    It has long been established that poor and minority children do better in integrated classrooms. But there's more and more to suggest that the benefits spread to all students.
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  9. Denver Entrepreneurs Pitch Obama At White House Demo Day

    Base Directory is an app that links soldiers and military families on the move with resources about their new town -- wherever that may be.
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  10. A Tiny School District Reaches Far And Wide For New Teachers

    Across the country, school districts are struggling to find new teachers. One rural town in Colorado is reaching outside the 50 states.
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