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  1. Pass The Chipotle-Marrow Matzo Balls, It's Mexican Passover

    When tequila meets Manischewitz in the same glass, Passover will never be the same. At Rosa Mexicano restaurants, the Passover menu is inspired by the cuisine of Mexico's nearly 40,000 Jews.
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  2. What Will You Try First? Taste Of Colorado Marks 30 Years

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  3. Optimism, But No Breakthrough In Search For Malaysian Jet

    Even as Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was saying he's "very confident" that pings from the plane's black boxes have been detected, the man leading the search effort was urging caution.
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  4. Molotov Cocktails And Razor Wire: Inside An Occupied Building In Ukraine

    Pro-Russian protesters in the eastern city of Donetsk seized a government building in the middle of town on Sunday. NPR's Ari Shapiro went inside the building and reports on what it was like.
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  5. For 'Lent Madness,' Reverend Pits Saints Against Each Other

    Rev. Tim Schenck created the March Madness-type bracket in the true spirit of the season. People learn about, then vote for their favorite saints to advance to the Golden Halo.
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  6. Three Women May Have Spent 30 Years As Slaves In London

    Police suspect that a couple held three women against their will for three decades, forcing them to do domestic work. A Scotland Yard detective says he's "never seen anything of this magnitude."
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  7. German Fears About U.S. Spying Could Hurt Trade Deal

    In a poll conducted by the Pew Research Center, Germans overwhelmingly said they prefer EU data privacy standards to those of the U.S.
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  8. Colorado gun laws have their day in federal court

    Groups are challenging the constitutionality of universal background checks and a ban on high-capacity magazines.
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  9. 5 April Fools' Pranks Gone Bad

    When you pull an April Fools' prank, the joke could be on you.
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  10. In Civilian Snapshot Of Iraq, An Artist Is A 'Corpse Washer'

    The Corpse Washer, set in Baghdad in 2003, shows the U.S. invasion through the eyes of an aspiring Shiite artist and a handler of the dead. Author Sinan Antoon says he wanted to share a new viewpoint.
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