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  1. Soon It'll Be OK To Tinker With Your Car's Software After All

    Security researchers and owners will be able to dig into the software built into cars and farming equipment under new exemptions from the Librarian of Congress, who oversees a copyright law provision.
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  2. President Obama To Speak At Air Force Academy Commencement

    "We couldn't be more excited about it," said academy spokesman John Van Winkle.
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  3. Has Zika Pushed More Women Toward Illegal Abortions?

    A new study offers some intriguing clues.
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  4. How Reddit Helped Find A Graffiti Artist Who Defaced National Parks

    When a serial graffiti artist left her mark around national parks, hiking and nature lovers took to Reddit to find the vandal. The culprit was recently sentenced and banned from federal lands.
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  5. Conference Committee OKs $27 Billion Colorado budget

    The committee will send the revised budget to the Democrat-led House and GOP-led Senate this week.
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  6. Colorado Senate Approves $27B State Budget

    In spite of a tight budget year, the package includes increased funding for K-12 classrooms and transportation.
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  7. Investigators: Cockpit Voice Recorder Memory Intact From EgyptAir Crash

    So far, investigators have not been able to determine what caused EgyptAir Flight 804 to go down over the Mediterranean. They're hoping the voice recordings could help clear up the mystery.
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  8. Babies Of Color Are Now The Majority, Census Says

    Today's generation of schoolchildren looks much different than it did just a few decades ago.
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  9. Great Britain's Long Retreat

    Britain was an outward-looking nation that built the world's largest empire. But it's been turning inward and Thursday's vote on leaving the European Union could further shrink its international role.
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  10. Asthma-Free With No Hay Fever? Thank Your Older Sibling

    Older siblings can be annoying know-it-alls, but research suggests they may also help younger siblings build up stronger immune systems. And that may help reduce the risk of asthma and allergies.
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