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  1. The Africa I Know Isn't The Africa In The Headlines Today

    In 1990, our commentator visited Africa and fell in love with the energy and dreams of its people. Today he sees a land full of promise. But Ebola has revived the image of Africa in chaos.
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  2. New, $623M Saint Joseph's is Denver's first downtown hospital in 20 years

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  3. Gun rights outweigh gun control in new Pew survey

    For the first time in at least 20 years, significantly more Americans say it's more important to protect the right to own guns than to control gun ownership, according to a Pew survey.
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  4. This week from CPR’s Arts Bureau: ‘Nutcracker’ stamina, living in Antarctica and more

    This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the physical, mental and logistical effort that goes into a classic holiday ballet and a documentary capturing life at the bottom of the world.
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  5. The Fate Of The Administration's College Ratings

    Some say a vaunted attempt to improve the quality of colleges is dead on arrival. Let's find out why.
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  6. Gunman Made Anti-Police Posts Before Killing NYPD Officers

    The assailant, identified as 28-year-old Ismaaiyl Brinsley, is thought to have shot his ex-girlfriend and then used her Instagram account to post threatening messages.
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  7. Once Written Off, Kepler Telescope Finds New Planet

    The Kepler space telescope, which cost some $600 million, was feared to be at the end of its useful life in 2013. But NASA says it just found another exoplanet.
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  8. Census data: Across Colorado, child poverty rate slowly improving

    The child poverty rate fell by at least two percentage points in 16 counties.
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  9. Apple Responds To BBC On Conditions At Asian iPhone Suppliers

    Jeff Williams, the tech giant's vice president for operations, told British-based employees that Apple has done more than any other company to ensure fair and safe working conditions.
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  10. U.S. Government Contractor Marks Five Years In Cuban Detention

    Alan Gross was working for USAID, to bring Internet access to Jewish Cubans. The Cuban government sentenced him to 15 years in prison.
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