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  1. FBI Recommends No Charges For Hillary Clinton In Email Server Case

    FBI Director James Comey said the agency did not find clear evidence that Clinton intended to violate the law, but that she and her staff were "extremely careless" in handling sensitive information.
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  2. Brexit Makes Investors Nervous, But U.K. Recession Isn't Certain

    Last week's Brexit vote sent financial markets tumbling. It also raised questions about the future of the U.K. economy. Analysts now expect slower growth but not an immediate tumble into recession.
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  3. Officer Who Drove Van In Freddie Gray Case Found Not Guilty Of Murder

    A Baltimore court has acquitted Officer Caesar Goodson of second-degree murder in a case related to the death of Freddie Gray. Goodson drove the van that transported Gray.
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  4. Nearly 1,600 Colorado Drivers Ticketed In State Seat Belt Use Campaign

    Dozens of local law enforcement agencies joined the State Patrol in citing drivers and passengers for violating Colorado’s seat belt law.
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  5. New Mexico Defrauds The Poor Out Of Food Stamps, Whistleblowers Say

    When people apply for food stamps, federal law says they should get them in seven days. But in New Mexico, government workers are blowing the whistle on the state doctoring food stamps applications
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  6. Ski Resorts Report Above Average Bookings, Despite Modest Snowfall

    March is typically Colorado’s snowiest month, but the mountains have not seen heavy snow in the past two weeks.
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  7. How Teachers Can Help 'Quiet Kids' Tap Their Superpowers

    Remember that quiet kid in class who never spoke up? In New York, teachers are learning how to make sure the ideas of introverts don't get overlooked.
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  8. Will Brexit Put A Damper On The U.K.'s Global Generosity?

    The U.K. gives billions of pounds to the developing world. Will this benevolent spirit survive in the wake of Brexit?
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  9. Suspect In Foiled Canadian Mall Shooting Left Social Media Trail

    The young man who apparently killed himself as police closed in on him was said to have identified with the 1999 Columbine High School shooters.
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  10. French Lawmakers Urge Changes To National Counterterrorism Efforts

    After terrorist attacks in France last year killed nearly 150 people, a commission investigated what authorities could have done differently. They are pushing for a U.S.-style counterterrorism agency.
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