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  1. #TBT: With Year To Go In White House, First Lady Runs For Senate

    It was almost unthinkable at the time, but Hillary Clinton wouldn't be where she is today without taking the bold chance on running for a U.S. Senate seat in a state where she never lived.
    News · NPR Story
  2. A Century After Atrocities Against Armenians, An Unresolved Wound

    Some 1.5 million Armenians were killed or deported in the violence unleashed by Ottoman Turks starting in 1915. Turkey and Armenia still disagree on how to define these terrible events.
    News · NPR Story
  3. Theft or inspiration? What Robin Thicke has in common with Bach and Mahler

    Some of the sweetest sounds in classical music come from one composer borrowing a melody from another.
    Classical · Blog Post
  4. Petraeus sentenced to 2 years' probation, fine for sharing classified info

    Under the terms of a plea deal, the former CIA director will avoid jail time. Petraeus, 62, admits having retained notebooks full of classified information and showing them to his biographer.
    News · NPR Story
  5. The story of what happened after the Ludlow Massacre in Colorado

    One-hundred years ago, the Rockefeller family used the YMCA to form a more perfect worker for their southern Colorado coal mines.
    News · Story
  6. The Aurora theater shooting trial starts Monday. Here's what we know so far

    Opening statements are scheduled for Monday in the trial of James Holmes, who has admitted killing 12 people and injuring dozens more in July 2012.
    News · Story
  7. Colorado Republican fights party for birth control program

    Rep. Don Coram has been forced to fight against Republicans who believe that IUDs induce abortions.
    News · Blog Post
  8. Egypt's Former President Morsi Sentenced To 20 Years In Prison

    Less than two years after he was removed from office by the military, Mohammed Morsi was sentenced by an Egyptian court for the arrest and torture of protesters.
    News · NPR Story
  9. After 60 years, Denver photojournalist to retire his floor seat at the Final Four

    Rich Clarkson shot his first Final Four as a freshman at Kansas. He says his best advice to young photographers is: "Have something to say. Then use the camera."
    News · Story
  10. National Guard Seeks New Mission After War

    Indiana's National Guard is fighting to stay relevant after the base has quieted dramatically now that troops have come home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    News · NPR Story