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  1. Treasury Tries Again To Keep American Firms' Taxes In U.S.

    The department has revised rules first issued in April, aimed at so-called tax inversions and earnings stripping. They involve companies moving their legal addresses and tax bills abroad.
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  2. California Eliminates Statute Of Limitations On Rape Cases

    The bill is widely believed to be inspired by allegations against comedian Bill Cosby, after some of his accusers came forward long after the alleged sexual assaults took place.
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  3. Justice Ginsburg Walks Back Criticism Of Colin Kaepernick's Kneeling

    The Supreme Court justice says her criticism of Colin Kaepernick and other athletes for kneeling during the national anthem was "inappropriately dismissive and harsh."
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  4. Koch Network Building A Senate Wall Against Trump

    Four years after the Koch political network spent heavily to back Republican nominee Mitt Romney, it's now spending millions to save the GOP Senate majority from their own presidential candidate.
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  5. 'Motley-Minded Maggot-Pie': Shakespearean Insults As First Folio Comes To Colorado

    The First Folio, a 1623 published collection credited for carrying on William Shakespeare's legacy, is on view at the University of Colorado Boulder this month. The university got creative with its welcome.
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  6. Childhood in China Shapes Libertarian Senate Candidate's Vision for Colorado, Country

    The Colorado Libertarian Party now accounts for just over 1 percent of the state's registered voters.
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  7. Who's The Woman With The Camera Chasing Smiles And Styles In Nigeria?

    She's Fati Abubakar and she takes pictures for her Instagram feed, bitsofborno, showing how life goes on in a region best known for ties to Boko Haram.
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  8. Fate Of Comet ISON Unclear Hours After Its Encounter With Sun

    Most of ISON, a huge comet formed at the birth of the solar system, apparently did not survive Thursday's encounter with the sun, NASA said. Scientists detected the comet last year and had hoped to continue studying it for information to be mined from its "primordial ices."
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  9. N.Y. Man Pleads Guilty To Recruiting For ISIS, Could Face 30-Year Prison Term

    More than a year after his arrest on terrorism-related charges, Mufid A. Elfgeeh of Rochester, N.Y. has pleaded guilty to trying to provide material support and resources to ISIS.
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  10. Is 2016 The Year Virtual Reality Finally Goes Mainstream?

    Three different companies are bringing VR headsets to market in 2016, and some content companies have made major investments in the technology.
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