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  1. Ukraine: 4 Key Debates Yet To Shake Out

    The deposed president is on the run. There's uncertainty over who will emerge as the country's new leader. Its economy is in shambles. And Russia and the West are divided over what they want.
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  2. People Overload Website, Hoping To Help Search For Missing Jet

    A satellite company's call for crowdsourcing to help find the missing Malaysia Airlines jet brought a strong response on the Internet, placing an "unprecedented load" on the company's servers.
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  3. Reaching The Young And Uninsured On A Texas Campus

    Many young people feel they can't afford health insurance. A professor in Houston is trying to educate students about subsidies that could help — and the penalties if they don't sign up now.
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  4. Teen Sues Parents, Claiming They Owe Her Money For College

    Rachel Canning, 18, says her parents kicked her out of their house; she wants them to give her financial support. A New Jersey judge denied her requests in an initial hearing Tuesday.
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  5. Holder Backs Reduced Sentences For Some Drug Traffickers

    The attorney general has endorsed a proposal to shorten sentences of nonviolent offenders in an effort to cut federal spending on prisons.
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  6. Why You Won't Win Warren Buffett's Billion-Dollar Bracket

    The billionaire investor has teamed up to offer a $1 billion prize to anyone who picks the winner of all 63 games of the NCAA basketball tournament. Chances are he won't have to pay out.
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  7. For Player At Center Of NFL Bullying Story, A New Opportunity

    Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin has been traded to the San Francisco 49ers. Martin's earlier departure from Miami prompted an in-depth investigation of the Dolphins by the NFL.
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  8. Automakers Eye Laser Lights To Let Drivers See Farther At Night

    BMW has started making a car with optional laser headlights, which are brighter and more energy-efficient than even LED lights. Laser technology could also end up in street lights and projectors.
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  9. Sales Of Existing Homes Hit 7-Year High In 2013

    There's more evidence that the housing sector has come out of its deep slump. The day's other key economic indicator: The number of people who applied for unemployment insurance barely changed last week. The pace remained near where it was before the economy slipped into its 2007-2009 recession.
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  10. Jobless Rate Ticks Up, But Job Growth Is Better Than Expected

    There were 175,000 jobs added to payrolls last month. That's about 25,000 more than economists forecast. The unemployment rate, though, edged up to 6.7 percent from 6.6 percent in January.
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