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  1. A Brief Tour Of The Alimentary Canal, From Spit To You Know What

    If you didn't know that spit makes a great spot remover, or where prison inmates smuggle cell phones, author Mary Roach can fill you in. There's more than digestion going on down there.
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  2. We Look Amazing In These Gowns

    Animator Steve Cutts brings to life part of Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett's commencement address. You will never look at a commencement gown the same way again.
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  3. The Latest Food Truck Theme Is Marijuana For Lunch

    The food truck craze and recreational marijuana have now collided. MagicalButter, a Seattle-based company, says its Samich food truck is just one of many pot culinary ventures.
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  4. New branding effort unveiled for Five Points

    Arts reporter Corey Jones looks at the latest wave of economic development in Five Points and how this impacts the cultural heritage of the neighborhood.
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  5. Public schools in Colorado get more funding

    After weeks of skirmishing, a bipartisan coalition of state lawmakers approve a school finance package that supporters say gives some much-needed relief to public schools.
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  6. Veteran Congressman Makes A Career-Threatening Mistake

    Democratic Rep. John Conyers failed to submit enough valid signatures to appear on the August primary ballot, a campaign misstep that has some wondering if he's still up to the job.
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  7. Pakistan's Prime Minister Will Attend India's Narendra Modi's Swearing In

    This is a historic first for two countries with strained ties. Nawaz Sharif will also meet with Modi for bilateral talks following the ceremony.
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  8. NFL Draft's First Round: Manziel Slides, No Running Backs Taken

    The Houston Texans used the NFL draft's No. 1 pick to take Jadeveon Clowney. The story of the night was how the Cleveland Browns wound up with a new quarterback, Heisman winner Johnny Manziel.
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  9. Hemp planting season begins in Colorado

    After years of lobbying, farmer Michael Bowman says he'll start to plant this month, focusing on a strain of hemp that can be used for medicine.
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  10. Conservatives Brainstorm To Win Voters In The Middle

    Election watchers say Republicans could take control of the Senate in 2014, but to guarantee a win, some conservatives are floating ideas to broaden the party's appeal to the middle class.
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