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  1. Apple Says iOS Encryption Protects Privacy; FBI Raises Crime Fears

    Apple says its new operating system for the iPhone features encryption so secure that not even Apple has the key to it. But the FBI warns that the software could limit its ability to fight crime.
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  2. Ban On Single-Use Plastic Bags Is Enacted In California

    Gov. Jerry Brown has signed SB 270, the first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags in the U.S. It requires a 10-cent fee for the use of compostable or paper bags.
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  3. Films to watch out for at this year's Telluride Film Festival

    CPR film commentator Bob Denerstein seeks inspiration from actors and a director at Colorado's most prestigious film event.
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  4. Protests Disrupt Telescope Groundbreaking In Hawaii

    After years of planning, Hawaii's Thirty Meter Telescope broke ground Tuesday. But a group interrupted the ceremony, angry about the telescope's location on a mountain held sacred by Native Hawaiians.
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  5. Brews, beats highlighted during inaugural Ft. Collins 'Hip Hops' festival

    Colorado hip hop artist Qbala shares an exclusive track from her unreleased EP with CPR as “Hip Hops: A Brew Tour” gets underway in Fort Collins.
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  6. Detergent Pods Can Cause Eye Injuries In Children

    Detergent pods are convenient, sure, but small children continue to have dangerous encounters with them, sustaining injuries to the eyes and other body parts when the pods are squeezed or chomped.
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  7. LED Lights Shine In Nobel Prize; Now How About Your Home?

    The time has never been better to invest in LED lighting, with the price of LED bulbs — which use the Nobel-winning blue LEDs — now below $10 each.
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  8. After Two Disasters, Can Malaysia Airlines Still Attract Passengers?

    Even before the double calamity of its two downed flights, Malaysia Airlines was trying to adapt to momentous shifts in Asia's aviation industry. Now, it faces either bankruptcy or privatization.
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  9. After 25 Years Of Amnesia, Remembering A Forgotten Tiananmen

    The bloody 1989 crackdown in Beijing changed China, NPR's Louisa Lim explains in a new book. She also chronicles the brutal repression that took place in another city — and remained hidden until now.
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  10. U.S. Journalist With Ebola Flown To Nebraska For Treatment

    Ashoka Mukpo was brought to the U.S. after contracting the disease in Liberia. Another Ebola patient, in Dallas, is said to be "fighting for his life."
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