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  1. Celebrating Hanukkah In A Palestinian City

    American Jewish college student Amelia Wolf spent Hanukkah last year in Ramallah. As the holiday approached, she was lonely — until her Palestinian hosts got wind of how she was feeling.
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  2. Indian Court Says Elephant Who Was Chained For 50 Years Is Free

    Raju the elephant appeared to shed tears last July when he was freed from his shackles. He will now be allowed to remain with his rescuers. His previous owner had wanted him back.
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  3. Instagram Is Now Valued At $35 Billion By Citigroup Analysts

    Less than three years ago, Facebook purchased Instagram for $1 billion. The photo-sharing service is said to have more than 300 million users.
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  4. Man Who Killed Officers Told Passersby: 'Watch What I Am Going To Do'

    Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who ambushed two NYPD patrolmen, spoke to people on the street just before the shooting took place, according to a police official.
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  5. The Africa I Know Isn't The Africa In The Headlines Today

    In 1990, our commentator visited Africa and fell in love with the energy and dreams of its people. Today he sees a land full of promise. But Ebola has revived the image of Africa in chaos.
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  6. Video: 'Antarctica: A Year on Ice' official trailer

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  7. New, $623M Saint Joseph's is Denver's first downtown hospital in 20 years

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  8. This week from CPR’s Arts Bureau: ‘Nutcracker’ stamina, living in Antarctica and more

    This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the physical, mental and logistical effort that goes into a classic holiday ballet and a documentary capturing life at the bottom of the world.
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  9. Gun rights outweigh gun control in new Pew survey

    For the first time in at least 20 years, significantly more Americans say it's more important to protect the right to own guns than to control gun ownership, according to a Pew survey.
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  10. The Fate Of The Administration's College Ratings

    Some say a vaunted attempt to improve the quality of colleges is dead on arrival. Let's find out why.
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