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  1. The FBI's Comey On Snowden: 'Confused' By Hero Talk

    "I see the government operating the way the founders intended," says FBI Director Jim Comey, who notes that branches of the U.S. government approved the bulk collection of U.S. phone records.
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  2. "A New Life" Roo & The Howl (Jim James Cover)

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  3. No Al-Qaida Link In Benghazi Attack, 'New York Times' Reports

    The attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in the Libyan city on Sept. 11, 2012, killed four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens. The newspaper says the attack was led by local fighters and was fueled in large part by anger at a video denigrating Islam.
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  4. 4 Killed As Cambodian Police Fire At Striking Garment Workers

    Workers from the sector, Cambodia's biggest export earner, want the country's minimum wage doubled. Protests by garment workers are not unusual, but Friday's violence represents an escalation, and comes amid growing demonstrations against Prime Minister Hun Sen's government.
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  5. RoboCop? How About RoboPenguin!

    When physicist Flavio Noca first saw penguins zooming around underwater, he was blown away by their speed and maneuverability. Now, his team has built a robotic arm that perfectly mimics the flippers in action — and he says the device could someday propel underwater craft.
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  6. In one Colorado community, a smartphone app might save a life

    Arvada is currently the only community in Colorado using PulsePoint, a mobile app that uses the power of crowdsourcing to respond to cardiac arrest.
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  7. Map: Retail marijuana shop locations for Jan. 1

    Interactive map displays all retail locations expected to open on New Year's Day for the retail sale of marijuana products to persons over the age of 21 across Colorado.
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  8. California's Governor Declares Drought State Of Emergency

    Gov. Jerry Brown is urging Californians to cut their water use by 20 percent, and he's telling state agencies to conserve water – and to hire more firefighters.
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  9. 3 Arrested In Southern California Fire

    The fire, apparently started at a camp site, has swept through more than 1,500 acres in the San Gabriel Mountains east of Los Angeles.
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  10. Okinawa Governor OKs Plan To Relocate U.S. Base

    The project would involve land reclamation for a new base that would consolidate the U.S. presence on the Japanese island. Gov. Hirokazu Nakaima's decision Friday is a reversal of his pledge to move the controversial base out of Okinawa. His decision has been criticized.
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