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  1. The Jewish Fruitcake: Honey Cake Is A Sweet And Stodgy Tradition

    In symbolic hope for a sweet new year, many Jews will mark the start of Rosh Hashanah with honey cake. The cake is sentimental, but not always beloved. Here, a delectable update to the ancient recipe.
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  2. Denver police officer hurt in student protests going home

    Officer John Adsit has been hospitalized since Dec. 3.
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  3. Dingell Admitted To Hospital, One Day After Casting Last Vote In House

    The long-serving Democrat's office didn't give details on Rep. John Dingell's condition, other than to say he was under observation and "resting comfortably."
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  4. Just 2 Russian Bros Working Out, Grilling Steak, Drinking Tea

    Newly released pictures of President Vladimir Putin show him working out at a gym and grilling steaks with his prime minister. It may be part of a government effort to boost Putin's approval ratings.
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  5. After Making Waves In 2014, ISIS' Power Appears To Ebb

    By the summer of 2014, a third of Iraq was under the control of the self-proclaimed Islamic State or ISIS, and people worried the capital might be next. Six months on, that's changed.
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  6. Thousands sign up for private health coverage in Colorado but numbers below projections

    Most people who signed up for insurance in 2015 -- roughly 68 percent -- were re-enrolling.
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  7. The Spotlight On Darfur Is Gone, But Not The Abuses

    The U.S. and others said more than a decade ago that Sudan was committing genocide in Darfur. Despite a U.N. peacekeeping mission and genocide charges against Sudan's president, little has changed.
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  8. Firefighting Program Offers Juvenile Inmates A Chance To Give Back

    Among the first firefighters at eastern Washington wildfires this summer was a crew of juveniles inmates. But after one teenager escaped last month, the program is now under review.
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  9. Wilderness Act: 50 years ago, Colorado was at the heart of a wild fight

    Conservationists faced a tough foe in U.S. Rep. Wayne Aspinall, a Western Slope Democrat. A compromise led to the creation of the Wilderness Act.
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  10. Refugees Leave Budapest Train Station, Vowing To Walk To Germany

    Also: The father of a 3-year-old Syrian boy who drowned in the Aegean Sea buries his family, and in Hungary, 2,300 migrants at a refugee camp near the Serbian border have threatened to break out.
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