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  1. After Contract Talks Break Down, Seattle Teachers To Strike

    The teachers union failed to reach an agreement with the state's largest school district before the first day of school.
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  2. At CU-Boulder, More Than A Quarter Of Women Report Being Sexually Assaulted

    Just over 13,000 students participated in the survey last fall, about a 41 percent response rate.
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  3. At Least Ten Oil Spills Caused by Colo. Flooding

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  4. Japan Marks 70 Years Since U.S. Atomic Bombing Of Nagasaki

    The southern city was devastated three days after Hiroshima, in the closing act of World War II. At the ceremony, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe renewed his country's pledge to shun nuclear weapons.
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  5. Democratic Race Turns Negative As Sanders And Clinton Spar Over Experience

    The Democratic primary is no longer a polite fight. Ahead of the New York primary, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have begun trading jabs about who is "qualified" to be president.
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  6. TSA's Head Of Security 'Removed' From Office, Says House Panel

    The Oversight Committee has criticized TSA for giving Kelly Hoggan bonuses despite security problems under his leadership. The agency has also been under fire for long screening lines for travelers.
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  7. #NPRreads: 3 Stories To Stake Out This Weekend

    Correspondents, editors and producers from our newsroom share the pieces that have kept them reading, using the #NPRreads hashtag. Each weekend, we highlight some of the best stories.
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  8. London Elects First Muslim Mayor, Sadiq Khan Of The Labour Party

    The former human rights lawyer beat Conservative Party candidate Zac Goldsmith. Khan's religion was a flashpoint throughout the campaign; he accused Goldsmith of trying to scare and divide voters.
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  9. U.S. Enlarges Its Military Footprint In Eastern Europe, To Mixed Reviews

    In Poland and Romania, some are happy to have new U.S. bases in light of recent Russian moves. But others say the most likely result will be heightened tensions with Moscow.
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  10. Physician-Assisted Death Bill Approved By House Panel

    The legislation now goes to the full House for consideration, but faces an uphill battle.
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