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  1. Nebraska Governor Vetoes Bill That Repealed Death Penalty

    The move sets up a showdown Wednesday with lawmakers in the state's unicameral legislature. A close vote is expected as lawmakers try to override the veto.
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  2. Germans Open Their Homes To Refugee Roommates

    A flood of refugees in Germany has strained resources, particularly housing. A website has signed up hundreds of Germans willing to have the newcomers come and live with them.
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  3. The Good Listener: Can I Deflate The Beach Balls At Concerts?

    A reader who really hates beach balls at concerts wants to know her options.
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  4. Ferguson, Mo., Police Chief Resigns Following Justice Department Report

    Chief Thomas Jackson's departure is effective March 19. He is the latest employee to resign or be fired in the wake of a Justice Department report that accused local police and courts of racial bias.
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  5. Photographer Mary Ellen Mark Dies At 75

    The influential photographer was known mostly for her humanist work.
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  6. In Pakistan, Another Bhutto Joins The Risky Family Business

    Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had a coming out party of sorts over the weekend. At 25, he belongs to the next generation of Bhuttos, the family that has dominated the country's politics for decades. And in an interview, he says he does not fear the turbulent politics that claimed the life of his mother and grandfather.
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  7. Silicon Valley's Power Over The Free Press: Why It Matters

    A big shift has occurred over the past few years: Tech companies now control how you get news and what news you get. Should journalism companies be building and deploying more technology?
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  8. Paralyzed By Doubt? Here's A Guide For The Worrier In Us All

    You might think that anxiety disorder is no laughing matter, but illustrator Gemma Correll respectfully disagrees. She sees the humor in the mental condition that she deals with every day.
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  9. Largest Group Of U.S. Presbyterian Churches Allows Same-Sex Marriages

    The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), which includes more than 4,000 ministers and 1.8 million members, will let individual churches decide whether to perform gay marriage ceremonies.
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  10. Interview: Shaprece on SXSW and Seattle's eclectic music scene

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