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  1. Peabody Energy Agrees To Disclose Climate Change Impact On Financials

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  2. Long-Term Depression May Boost Stroke Risk Long After Mood Improves

    Even after the psychological pain is effectively treated, damage from long years of depression may linger. It seems to double the risk of stroke among adults over age 50, research suggests.
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  3. Clinton Offers Bipartisan Olive Branch, But Is It In Season?

    Talk of peace between the parties, as Hillary Clinton described in an NPR interview, will not appeal to everyone in this year of the angry activist. But Clinton hopes to survive the primaries.
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  4. Denver Works To Get Latino Families To Trust The Tap Water

    Fluoride in tap water helps many Coloradans strengthen their dental health. But what happens if you don't trust what's coming out of the tap?
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  5. U.S. Health Agencies Intensify Fight Against Zika Virus

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health say they're working to combat Zika that will include developing lab tests and a vaccine.
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  6. The year in Colorado music: Hot Rize, Esme Patterson and Ron Miles

    Colorado Matters compiles some of the show's best music interviews from 2014.
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  7. #TBT: With Year To Go In White House, First Lady Runs For Senate

    It was almost unthinkable at the time, but Hillary Clinton wouldn't be where she is today without taking the bold chance on running for a U.S. Senate seat in a state where she never lived.
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  8. 1 Of 3 Escaped California Inmates Is Back In Custody

    Bac Duong, 43, reportedly approached a civilian on the street and said he wanted to turn himself in. He and the two inmates who are still on the run are charged with violent crimes.
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  9. The Fragile Peace Of An Iraqi City Once Run By ISIS

    ISIS has been driven out of Tikrit and most residents have returned. But armed Shiite groups are becoming entrenched in the Sunni city, an arrangement that's led to trouble elsewhere in Iraq.
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  10. Judge Tosses Case Against Alabama Officer Accused Of Injuring Indian Man

    Eric Parker, accused of using excessive force on the unarmed grandfather, went on trial twice last year. Both trials ended in hung juries. The judge said federal prosecutors won't get a third chance.
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