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  1. French Police Fire Tear Gas At Climate Protesters In Paris

    Protesters gathered on the eve of a global conference on climate change. About 200 activists defied a ban on mass demonstrations and they were met by riot police.
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  2. Farms Sold As Future Of Fort Lyon Water Remains Murky

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  3. Rock Climbing Superstar Quests For Energy Sustainability

    What does the world's most famous free solo climber do when he's not on the wall? Anthropologist Barbara J. King talks to Alex Honnold about climbing — and his interest in energy and the environment.
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  4. Another Rabbit Fever Case Confirmed Near Grand Junction

    The latest exposure may have been contracted from a deer fly or tick bite.
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  5. Vatican Charges 5 Over Leaked Documents, Alleging 'Organized Crime'

    Those arrested include Spanish Monsignor Lucio Vallejo Balda and Francesca Immacolata Chaouqui, who served on the pope's special commission on economic reform.
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  6. Retiring Columbine Principal Turned Guilt Into Action

    Frank DeAngelis, principal of Columbine High School, is retiring. The mass shooting there has defined his career, but he has never felt comfortable being in the national spotlight.
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  7. Critics Wonder Whether Pennies Make Sense Anymore

    Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says the government is reviewing a proposal to stop making the penny. It actually costs nearly 2 cents to make a penny, so the government loses money.
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  8. From Recalls To Weed, Seven Ballot Measures To Watch On Election Day

    This Election Day may come in an "off" year, but there's still plenty of reasons to turn in your ballot by Tuesday.
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  9. For Saudi Women, 'Baby Steps Into This World Of Democracy'

    For the first time, women in Saudi Arabia are allowed run for office and vote. But they're still banned from driving and need a male guardian's permission to travel, work and pursue higher education.
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  10. Iowa Evangelicals Warm To Ted Cruz

    After months of looking at a number of Republican candidates, the state's evangelicals appear to be shifting toward Cruz.
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