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  1. Boulder To End Art House Movie Program After Investing Thousands Of Dollars

    While Boulder Art Cinema lasted only three months, city officials will consider hosting other film events in the Canyon Theater.
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  2. 5 Years After Japan Disasters, 'Temporary' Housing Is Feeling Permanent

    Deadlines to rehouse evacuees have come and gone. It's still not clear when they might go home, and if so, what would they return to?
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  3. 70 Years After Atomic Bombs, Japan Still Struggles With Wartime Past

    The anniversary of the devastation wrought by the first military use of an atomic weapon comes as Japan's government is pushing an expanded role for its military.
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  4. Fish Killed After Disease Found At 2 Colorado Hatcheries

    Officials killed and buried all the fish at its Glenwood Springs hatchery after first noticing signs of a disease.
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  5. Saudi Arabia's Surprisingly Assertive 80-Year-Old King

    In just over a year, King Salman has decreed plans for major economic reform, launched a more assertive foreign policy and set a line of succession that could guide the kingdom for decades to come.
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  6. New York Mayor To March In St. Patrick's Day Parade After 2-Year Boycott

    This comes after parade organizers allowed another group to march in the upcoming parade. It's the largest and oldest St. Patrick's Day parade in the country.
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  7. More Journalists Leaving Las Vegas Review-Journal After Sale To Billionaire

    Jennifer Robison, is the last of the three journalists who helped uncover the secret sale of the Las Vegas Review-Journal to casino magnate Sheldon Adelson to leave the newspaper.
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  8. Oklahoma Removes Ten Commandments Monument From The State Capitol

    The state's highest court had ordered its removal this summer. But the argument over the monument's propriety had been simmering for years.
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  9. Staples And Office Depot Call Off Merger After Judge's Ruling

    More than a year after Staples announced the $6.3 billion merger, a judge has blocked it, saying it would hurt competition in the office supplies industry. The companies then called off the deal.
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  10. Water In Colorado Streams Could Be Thousands Of Years Old, Says Study

    The findings will be key for future researchers who study how long it takes contaminants—like nitrate—to work through a river system, said Reed Maxwell, a professor of hydrology at the Colorado School of Mines.
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