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  1. In Tight Races, Both Parties Bank On Early Votes

    The highest number of dead, many of them foreigners, are on the trail of Mount Annapurna, the world's 10th-highest peak.
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  2. In Tight Races, Both Parties Bank On Early Votes

    They beat the deadly virus. But transportation back home is hard to come by. So they're living in an abandoned hospital ward, hoping someday to resume the life they had before Ebola struck.
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  3. In Tight Races, Both Parties Bank On Early Votes

    Two million people have already voted in next month's election, including President Obama. Locking in votes early is huge, particularly since control of the Senate rests in a handful of close races.
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  4. A Strong Voice From The Ebola Front: Lorenzo Dorr

    Drugs are in short supply. So is protective gear. Muddy roads may be impassable. But community health worker Lorenzo Dorr continues his efforts to keep Ebola in check in remote parts of Liberia.
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  5. Columbine parent: After trauma, survival is possible

    In the wake of last week's shooting at Arapahoe High School, a trauma expert who's child was a student at Columbine during the shooting in 1999 offers advice and guidance.
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  6. Colorado governor race: Hickenlooper, Beauprez, Hempy and Hess on the issues

    See where gubernatorial candidates Democrat John Hickenlooper, the Green Party's Harry Hempy, Libertarian Matthew Hess, and Republican Bob Beauprez stand on a range of issues.
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  7. Dark money at issue in Colorado elections

    Incoming FEC chair Ann Ravel decries lack of investigations into dark money; Colorado's top election officer laments state's complex campaign finance rules.
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  8. Another Man Jumps White House Fence, But Is Stopped On The Lawn

    A month after a man armed with a knife leapt the White House fence and got deep into the first floor of the building, another man made a run across the North Lawn Wednesday night.
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  9. Another Man Jumps White House Fence, But Is Stopped On The Lawn

    The art of letter writing is also an act of preserving history. The correspondences gathered in the book Letters Of Note tell stories of delight, hope and loss — and the nature of human connection.
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  10. NBC News Photojournalist Is Now Ebola Free, Says Hospital

    The Nebraska Medical Center says Ashoka Mukpo was cleared by the CDC and will be discharged on Wednesday.
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