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  1. 'Bali 9' Pair Will Face Indonesian Firing Squad, After Last Appeals Denied

    Australians Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan were the ringleaders of a group that sought to smuggle heroin out of Bali in 2005.
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  2. Top Carson Staffers Resign Amid Campaign Shake-Up

    Campaign manager Barry Bennett and communications director Doug Watts have both stepped down from the Republican's struggling presidential campaign just a month before the Iowa caucuses.
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  3. Arapahoe Basin skiing extended into summer after May snow

    There will be limited lift service during a bonus weekend of June 12 to June 14. Officials say they could add more bonus weekends if the weather stays cool and cloudy.
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  4. A Religious Forecast For 2050: Atheism Is Down, Islam Is Rising

    A new report from the Pew Research Center shows a growth spurt for Islam — and a change in the hub of Christianity.
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  6. CU Boulder Gets $1M From NASA To Make Space Videos

    The money will go to the Boulder university's Fiske Planetarium, where staff and students will produce two- to four-minute videos.
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  7. Hunters And Conservationists At Odds Over a Charismatic Cat

    Mountain lion hunting is one of the most physically challenging -- and some say most rewarding -- kind of hunting, but opponents say it's cruel and should be banned.
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  8. Why One Latino Group Is Chasing High Schoolers Ahead Of 2016

    There are more than 25 million Latinos eligible to vote, and that number is growing quickly. The bulk of that growth is not from new immigration, but rather from Latino teens turning 18.
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  9. LISTEN: Voices Of Baltimore Protesters In The Wake Of A Mistrial

    The few protesters who lingered into the night were wracked by disillusionment. Every part of their government is broken, they said, and fixing it will be a tough battle.
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  10. Big, Bold, Wild: We Re-Create Christmas Dinners Of Centuries Past

    Same Christmas dinner as last year? You're doing it wrong. In 17th-century Britain, Christmas dinner was a lavish, experimental, 12-day drunken affair. Think Mardi Gras with snow.
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