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  1. Former Ambassador To Russia: Putin Has No Master Plan For Ukraine

    Michael McFaul, ambassador to Russia from January 2012 to February 2014, says, "I've never seen [Putin] devote a speech to the necessity of reuniting Crimea with Russia. That came only recently."
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  2. Veterans Kick The Prescription Pill Habit, Against Doctors' Orders

    There's overmedicating and self-medicating, but some vets are "de-medicating." Prescribed multiple drugs to deal with PTSD and pain, they've stopped taking them — without authorization.
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  3. Brothers Levin Near The End Of A 32-Year Congressional Partnership

    Last March, Sen. Carl Levin announced his final term. But his brother, Rep. Sandy Levin, will run for re-election next year. "It's difficult for me to imagine Carl's not being a partner and my closest friend," Sandy says. Tuesday's State of the Union speech will be the last where they sit, as they always have, side by side.
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  4. How A Tiny Fly's Ears Could Help You Hear Better

    The Ormia ochracea fly has sophisticated little ears — it can locate crickets by calculating their chirps. Those super-ears are inspiring the next generation of microphones for human hearing aids.
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  5. Navy Promotes Its First Female 4-Star Admiral

    Adm. Michelle Howard says that when she called a Navy office to order the women's four-star shoulder boards, she was told that they didn't exist.
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  6. Rick Reilly on why his home life led him to sports writing, and much more

    Reilly, who lives in Denver, is being inducted into the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame today, and has a new book out.
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  7. What's Better Than A Total Eclipse Of The Sun? Check This

    This may be the most heart-rending, most beautiful eclipse in our solar system. But you can't travel to see it. Not yet.
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  8. Pop Quiz: 20 Percent Chance Of Rain. Do You Need An Umbrella?

    What does a 20 percent chance of rain or snow actually mean? Interpreting probabilities in forecasts can be hard even for mathematicians and meteorologists — never mind the average person.
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  9. Colorado Supreme Court to decide fate of juvenile lifers

    The Colorado Supreme Court hears the case of Erik Jensen and two others sentenced to life without parole when they were juveniles on Tuesday. The court will determine if those sentences are constitutional.
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  10. Australia Won't Return Sri Lankan Asylum Seekers Without Notice

    The government told a court hearing that it would give 72 hours' notice before transferring the 153 asylum seekers to their home country. Australia said Monday it had transferred 41 others at sea.
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