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  1. Friend Of Accused Boston Bomber Found Guilty Of Lying To Police

    Prosecutors said Robel Phillipos lied to the FBI agents investigating the April 2013 attack that killed three people and wounded more than 260 others.
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  2. Vigil honors Colorado's homeless who died this year

    Coloradans who were homeless and died on the streets this year will be honored at a candlelight vigil in Denver.
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  3. A #SadTree Lot: Your Photos Of The Charlie Browniest Trees

    To mark 50 years of A Charlie Brown Christmas airing on American televisions, our readers are sharing photos and memories of Christmas trees that reflect the spirit of that TV classic.
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  4. In Rural Alabama, Fighting HIV With A Game

    In rural Alabama, HIV infection rates are among the highest in the nation, but talk of the virus is largely taboo. One researcher is hoping to break through the stigma with a video game.
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  5. New Reports Question Whether CDC Contractor On Elevator With Obama Was Felon

    Now unemployed, he tells The New York Times that what begun as one of the most remarkable days of his life turned into a "nightmare."
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  6. Teen hiker rescued from crevice near Fort Collins

    More than 40 people worked to pull a 16-year-old girl from a crevice on Horsetooth Rock on Monday.
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  7. The Economics Of Thanksgiving 2014

    More people will be driving and flying this Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Gasoline isn't the only thing that's cheaper. Turkey is too, along with its companions, stuffing and cranberries.
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  8. For People Fired For Being Gay, Old Court Case Becomes A New Tool

    Workplace discrimination against gay people is legal in 29 states. So some LGBT people have filed discrimination claims using a legal argument from a 1989 Supreme Court case about gender stereotypes.
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  9. Vinyl, once thought dead, makes a comeback in the digital age

    In the last six years, vinyl sales have tripled. Manufacturers are now having a hard time keeping up with demand.
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  10. Artist Christo, mired in legal battle over Colorado piece, says delays are gratifying

    The world-renowned artist has been working on an installation in Colorado for 22 years, and he's still at least three years away from it becoming a reality.
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