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  1. New York Agency Says Whole Foods Overcharged Customers In City

    Overcharging ranged from 80 cents for a package of pecan panko to $14.84 for a package of coconut shrimp, the Department of Consumer Affairs said. Whole Foods called the allegations "overreaching."
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  2. From 'Dropout Crisis' To Record High, Dissecting The Graduation Rate

    A lot of time, effort and money over the past decade have gone into producing a great statistic, but not without unintended consequences.
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  3. To Keep Focus On Learning, Montbello Teachers Try To Calm The Classroom

    A growing number of educators believe that teaching social skills to reduce aggression keeps kids out of trouble and helps with academics.
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  4. Supreme Court Rules In Industry's Favor. What's EPA's Next Move?

    Monday's decision from the high court technically only applies to the Clean Air Act's standards on mercury emissions from power plants. But it could affect future EPA regulations, legal experts say.
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  5. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Apologizes To Victims, Families Of Boston Marathon Bombing

    The judge imposed the death penalty on Tsarnaev shortly after the convicted bomber's first remarks in public since the 2013 attack that killed three people and left 264 others wounded.
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  6. How To Eliminate Extreme Poverty In 169 Not-So-Easy Steps

    The Millennium Development Goals, set in 2000, revolutionized the fight against poverty. Now the world is setting Sustainable Development Goals. But critics say there may be too many priorities.
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  7. Founder Of Indian IT Giant Satyam Gets 7 Years For Fraud

    B. Ramalinga Raju, the founder of the computer services company that collapsed in 2009, and two of his brothers were among those convicted of defrauding shareholders.
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  8. Peruvians Love Their Chicha Street Art. The Government... Not So Much

    Walk down a street in Peru and you'll likely see an example of the glow-in-the-dark posters and murals. Lots of people love them. But the upper crust — and the government — aren't impressed.
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  9. Industry Payments To Nurses Go Unreported In Federal Database

    The latest data on drug and device company payments to health professionals largely exclude nurse practitioners and physician assistants, even though they play an increasing role in patient care.
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  10. USA Pro Challenge cycling race adds women's competition

    The inaugural event will begin Aug. 21 in Breckenridge, move to Fort Collins on Aug 22, and finish in Golden on Aug. 23.
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