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  1. Fetal Cells May Protect Mom From Disease Long After The Baby's Born

    In 1893, a German scientist made a striking discovery: Cells from a fetus hide out in a mother's body after birth. Scientists say these cells alter the risk of breast cancer and autoimmune diseases.
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  2. What Good Preschool Looks Like: Snapshots From 4 States

    What separates good preschool from bad? A new report maps out some key answers by studying successful programs.
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  3. Letters To The Teacher Celebrate A 40-Year Career

    Molly Pollak was a middle and high school teacher. When she retired this year, former students gave her a book filled with their letters. It reads like a textbook for great teaching.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  4. Learn To Make Korean Food With A Charming Graphic Cookbook

    Robin Ha's Cook Korean! uses brightly colored illustrations to break down the process of making dishes like acorn jelly salad or kimchi stew.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  5. Gallup Says Most Americans Support NRA, Despite Scrutiny After Recent Shooting

    Another Gallup poll from this week reveals that a majority of Americans favor stricter gun control laws. A third poll shows that a majority also think more concealed weapons would make the U.S. safer.
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  6. Colorado Springs Cyberhub, Folklorico Director's Award Reflects Youth Work

    An expert details the latest hacking tactics after Colorado’s legislature approves $8 million for a cyber security center in Colorado Springs. And, the director of the Folklorico program at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet receives the governor’s award for creative leadership.
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  7. Tipton Skeptical About Superfund Mine Cleanup

    The Superfund cleanup would be overseen by the EPA, which caused an August spill at the abandoned Gold King Mine.
    CPR News · Entry
  8. Denver Rescue Mission Day Center Opens After Court Battle

    The doors to the Denver Rescue Mission's Lawrence Street Community Center are finally open, more than a month after the $8 million facility was scheduled to open.
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  9. More Generics And Negotiating Leverage Could Slow Medicare Drug Spending

    The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission told Congress that rising drug costs helped push Medicare Part D spending up nearly 60 percent between 2007 and 2014. There are options to contain spending.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  10. Oil And Gas Tax Credit Ruling Could Leave State Scrambling For $100 Million

    The state Supreme Court ruled that Colorado has been incorrectly applying a tax credit that allows oil and gas companies to write off certain costs.
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