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  1. What It's Like Living On The Block That Philadelphia Bombed 30 Years Ago

    Long-time Philly resident Gerald Renfrow wants you to know that there's more to his block than what happened on May 13, 1985.
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  2. Stand-Up Bridges Decades-Long Boundaries — By Crossing The Line

    In Pakistan, a stand-up comic is sharing the stage with another comedian from the old enemy, India. The comics believe laughter is the best medicine for their conflict-blighted region.
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  3. Denver Homeless Activists Still Fighting For Village Of Tiny Houses

    Activists defied an eviction notice for a tent village on the land Thursday.
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  4. Leaking Natural Gas Well In California Is Permanently Sealed

    After spewing methane into the atmosphere for months, a storage well near Porter Ranch, Los Angeles, has been permanently sealed and taken out of service, state officials and the gas utility say.
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  5. Former El Paso County Deputy Accused Of Shooting Wife

    Officials say Nikolas Gianes was on scene after the shooting, called 911 and was involved in the disturbance.
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  6. A Cluttered Kitchen Can Nudge Us To Overeat, Study Finds

    Earlier research found that people in a messy work area were less likely to choose healthy snacks. Now a study hints that a cluttered kitchen might make those who feel out of control eat more sweets.
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  7. #MemeOfTheWeek: Jeb!, A Gun And 'America.'

    It could have just been a picture of a gun engraved with Jeb Bush's name. But no. The Internet refused to leave it alone.
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  8. Mourners Honor Antonin Scalia At Funeral Service In Washington

    The service was conducted by the son of the deceased Supreme Court justice, who is a Catholic priest. Scalia's casket was carried into the basilica by his sons and sons-in-law.
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  9. The Best And The Worst Of Super Bowl Ads

    There was little excitement in this year's crop of Super Bowl ads. Many of the best had already been seen on social media; the others were underwhelming.
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  10. In Milestone, Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves As Black Holes Collide

    A U.S.-led team says it has seen waves in space-time from two black holes merging together. It is the first time humanity has directly detected such waves.
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