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  1. 'I Knew It Wouldn't Be Easy,' Outgoing Health Secretary Sebelius Says

    With Kathleen Sebelius leaving as health secretary, the president is turning to budget chief Sylvia Mathews Burwell to run the agency that oversees the Affordable Care Act — better known as Obamacare.
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  2. Oscars 2014: Low On Laughs, But A Great Speech Or Two

    Sunday night's Oscar ceremony was overlong and underfunny — though it did pick up here and there, with heartfelt acceptances and a few notable flubs.
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  3. Defying Taliban Threats, Afghans Line Up To Vote

    No major violence has been reported since polls opened Saturday in the first democratic transfer of power for Afghanistan.
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  4. Pakistani Madrassa Names Its Library For Osama Bin Laden

    The sign outside the tiny reading room at a school for girls refers to the late al-Qaida leader as a martyr. A school spokesman calls the terrorist leader a hero.
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  5. U.S. Lets 141 Trillion Calories Of Food Go To Waste Each Year

    Americans wasted 31 percent of all food that was available in 2010, the USDA reports. For the first time, the agency calculated what that means in terms of calories, too.
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  6. Colorado teen heads to national poetry recitation competition

    “Poetry Out Loud” Colorado state champion Alice Kilduff shares her passion for verse with CPR.
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  7. Tech Week: Earnings, A Heartbleed Arrest And Digital Distraction

    Fears of a bubble continue as tech titans reported their quarterly earnings; the culture of digital distraction finds more critics; and fallout from the Heartbleed bug raises questions for government.
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  8. State offers to pay North Fork Fire victims nearly $12.5 million

    Attorneys for victims are calling offer "lowball" and less than arbiter panel recommended, while one member of the claims board says his hands are tied.
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  9. Denver is the stage for Utah's appeal of gay marriage ruling

    The debate over gay marriage was front and center in Denver on Thursday when the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments over Utah’s law banning same-sex marriage.
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  10. Leaflets Given To Donetsk Jews Made Waves Worldwide, But Not In Donetsk

    The story of fliers ordering Jews to register with the separatists stoked fears of anti-Semitism. But Jews in the Ukrainian town say the orders aren't real and were intended as political provocation.
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