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  1. Hillary Clinton's Political Acumen And Other Tidbits From New Docs

    The new documents from the Clinton Presidential Library shed little new light on the former first lady, but they did provide a flashbacks to the political climate of the period.
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  2. Review: 'From His Head to His Heart to His Hands,' Mike Bloomfield

    "From His Head to His Heart to His Hands," a 3-CD 1-DVD compilation of blues guitarist Mike Bloomfield, flows like a long awaited biography. Bloomfield articulates and punctuates throughout with licks we all have installed in our brain.
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  3. Daylight Saving Time: Set Your Clocks Ahead Tonight

    Clocks will be set ahead by one hour tonight in much of America, as 2 a.m. will become 3 a.m. Among U.S. states, only Hawaii and most of Arizona will keep their clocks set to Standard Time.
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  4. Jamestown still recovering from massive flood damage

    Progress has been made on recovery efforts in the Colorado mountain community which was devastated by last September's flooding.
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  5. Woman Arrested For Not Returning Movie Rented In 2005

    A copy of Monster-In-Law is at the center of a story that landed a South Carolina woman in jail for a night. It may remind you of a Seinfeld episode, but it's not a laughing matter to her.
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  6. Protests In Venezuela Intensify, As Government Deploys Military

    The opposition says the current standoff has led to some of the worst violations of human rights during the rule of the current regime.
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  7. Brief Standoff Over Ukrainian Base In Crimea Ends Peacefully

    A Russian military truck reportedly smashed through the gate of the base in Sevastopol, the port city that houses Russia's Black Sea fleet.
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  8. Wedding March, Priscilla Ahn

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  9. Anti-Abortion Push Has Spain Debating Definition Of 'Progress'

    Parliament is likely to approve a near-total ban on abortion, which has been legal in Spain since 1985. Some proponents argue change has come too quickly, breaking down traditional Spanish values.
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  10. In Rare Unison, U.N. Demands That Syria Allow Humanitarian Aid

    The 15-member Security Council, including Russia and China — strong supporters of the Syrian regime — voted overwhelmingly to demand that humanitarian aid be allowed to reach the needy.
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