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  1. Author Paula Reed Hester

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  2. Watch 2 Elite Soccer Players Take On A Pack Of 8-Year-Olds

    What happens when two talented 36-year-olds face off against 30 8-year-olds on a soccer field?
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  3. Slovenia Closes Its Border, Stranding Tens Of Thousands Of Migrants

    Following Slovenia's border restrictions, Serbia and Croatia also closed their frontiers to most migrants trying to reach Europe through the Balkans.
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  4. Iranian Cyclist Dies After Crash At Paralympics

    Bahman Golbarnezhad, 48, suffered a heart attack on the way to the hospital in Rio de Janiero. The Iranian flag has been lowered to half-staff at the Paralympic Village.
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  5. 14 Arrested After Large Pot Grow Found On Western Slope

    Some of those who were arrested are believed to be Chinese nationals who are in the country illegally.
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  6. Ages And Ages Returns To OpenAir After Releasing 'Something To Ruin'

    The Portland, Ore., band played five songs from their new album during their second visit to OpenAir's studio.
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  7. A Year After Iran Nuclear Deal, What Has Changed?

    All parties are complying, but critics in both the U.S. and Iran are still unhappy with the deal.
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  8. Life After Iconic Photo: Today's Parallels Of American Flag's Role In Racial Protest

    A Pulitzer Prize-winning photo taken during the busing desegregation protests captured a nation. The photographer and subject of "The Soiling of Old Glory," talk about it's significance 40 years on.
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  9. Mistrial Declared After Deadlock Over Whether Notorious Convicted Arsonist Is Sane

    29-year-old Harry Burkhart was found guilty of setting nearly 50 arson fires in Los Angeles during a four day span over five years ago. But the same jury is deadlocked about his sanity.
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  10. Life After A Brain Injury: 'I'm Not Terrified Of Death Anymore'

    Pulitzer-winning music critic Tim Page had been good at pretty much everything, until he had a life-threatening traumatic brain injury. He talks with NPR about piecing together a new life.
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