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  1. Slideshow: Casa Bonita

    That's a lot of sopapillas. Casa Bonita celebrates its 40th birthday March 27.
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  2. Putin Divorce Final; Ex-Wife Expunged From Kremlin Bio

    The Russian president and Lyudmila, his wife of 30 years, announced in June they intended to end their marriage.
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  3. Obama's Tax Rate Rose — And He Can't Blame Anyone But Himself

    President Obama, like many wealthy Americans, is paying more of his income to the IRS. He and the first lady paid $98,169 in taxes for 2013 on income of $481,098.
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  4. Pakistani Madrassa Names Its Library For Osama Bin Laden

    The sign outside the tiny reading room at a school for girls refers to the late al-Qaida leader as a martyr. A school spokesman calls the terrorist leader a hero.
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  5. Women's Final Four: Powerhouse Teams Match Up

    The undefeated Connecticut and Notre Dame could meet in a record-setting final Tuesday, if they can get past Stanford and Maryland, respectively, today. All four programs have won past titles.
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  6. More Coloradans on Medicaid could mean more ER visits, not less

    The Hickenlooper administration says Colorado will not experience the same results as Oregon did when the state expanded Medicaid in 2008.
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  7. Dozens Of Girls Abducted In Nigeria

    The Islamist group Boko Haram is suspected. It is also being blamed for Monday's bomb attack that killed more than 70 people in Nigeria's capital.
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  8. Silicon Valley Buying Spree: A Tech Bubble, Or Strategy At Play?

    Over the past few months, the country's biggest technology firms have spent billions buying startups like WhatsApp and Nest. That has analysts wondering if another tech bubble is about to burst.
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  9. States, Lawmakers Want Feds To Use New Math For FEMA Calculations

    As a new tornado season begins, Illinois officials say they need more help from the federal government, and Sens. Kirk and Durbin have reintroduced a bill proposing changes to the disaster formula.
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  10. An Education Reporter Puts Himself To The (Standardized) Test

    New Common Core teaching standards mean new standardized exams. NPR's Cory Turner took one himself and reports on what's changed.
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