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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.
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  2. Switching Between Medicaid, Marketplace Can Confuse Consumers

    Here are some tips for how people can handle moving between the government health plan for low-income residents and the private plans offered on the federal health law's exchanges.
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  3. 2011 Was A Good Year For...

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  4. Obama Administration Eyes Detention As More Central Americans Cross Border

    The Obama administration hopes to revive extended family detention, arguing it acts as a deterrent. Some border authorities agree.
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  5. With Growing Investments, China's Influence In Autos Is Expanding

    For the first time on a mass scale, a car built in China will be on sale in the U.S., joining countless other Chinese-made products. It comes as Chinese firms invest billions in the auto industry.
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  6. How A Great Teacher Cultivates Veggies (And Kids) In The Bronx — In 17 Photos

    Science teacher Stephen Ritz and his students live in a food desert. His solution: Grow 100 bags of fresh fruits and vegetables a week — in the classroom.
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  7. Shifting Colors Of An Octopus May Hint At A Rich, Nasty Social Life

    When the gloomy octopus of Australia turns dark and towers threateningly over his neighbor, he's likely signaling aggression, scientists now say. Neighbors get the message — they turn pale and flee.
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  8. What Gets Made In LA Is Way More Than Movies

    The LA area is home to the most manufacturing jobs in the U.S., from clothes to metal parts to new aerospace tech. Companies have reinvented themselves, even as they struggle to find skilled workers.
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  9. Diet Foods Are Tanking. So The Diet Industry Is Now Selling 'Health'

    Consumers are increasingly disillusioned with diet products and programs. But they're also confused by new terms like gluten-free and non-GMO, industry analysts and nutritionists say.
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  10. American Muslims Tackle Terrorism With Teens' Best Tool: The Internet

    These millennials and teenagers no longer want to stay silent. They are using what they know best — the Internet — to counter the Islamic State's propaganda.
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