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  1. Why Miami Cubans Roast Christmas Pigs In A 'China Box'

    La caja China is a device inspired by Chinese rail workers in Cuba. And in Miami, it has become the de rigueur way to cook the traditional Noche Buena pig roast. Only in America.
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  2. Live: Snow Cancels Flights, Snarls Traffic In Colorado

    A powerful winter storm is blanketing the Rocky Mountains with snow, setting up a dicey morning commute in some areas of Colorado.
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  3. Clinical Trials Still Don't Reflect The Diversity Of America

    Clinical trials are too white, with less than 2 percent of cancer studies including enough minority people to provide information that could be useful for health, a study finds.
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  4. Was That Steak Raised In The USA? Soon, It'll Be Hard To Know

    Congress looks set to repeal requirements for country-of-origin labels on packages of meat at the grocery store. The labels declare where an animal was born, raised and slaughtered.
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  5. Antibiotic Use On Farms Is Up, Despite Promises To Kick The Drugs

    Producers of poultry, cattle and pigs continue to use more antibiotics, according to the latest government data. That's despite more pledges from food companies to sell meat raised without the drugs.
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  6. Retiring Columbine Principal Turned Guilt Into Action

    Frank DeAngelis, principal of Columbine High School, is retiring. The mass shooting there has defined his career, but he has never felt comfortable being in the national spotlight.
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  7. Why Ted Cruz Could Have A Real Shot At The GOP Nomination

    He has taken the lead in Iowa, but the Texas senator's strength goes beyond just good poll numbers. And his path to the nomination would have to go through more than just one state.
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  8. Vail Posts 12 Percent Revenue Bump

    Vail Resorts reported $1.4 billion in revenue in the last fiscal year.
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  9. Bend It Like Iyengar — That's The Message Of Today's #GoogleDoodle

    As a child, he was struck by malaria, tuberculosis and typhoid. Yoga helped him regain his strength. And then he taught it to the world.
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  10. After Losing A City, Afghan Forces Fight To Push Back Taliban Advance

    The U.S. launched an airstrike in Afghanistan on Tuesday, one day after Taliban forces overtook the city of Kunduz — the first time the Taliban has captured a provincial capital since 2001.
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